Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 446082
Adding multiple fence devices at the same time causes duplicate entries
Last modified: 2009-05-25 16:36:14 EDT
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #444210 +++
Description of problem:
When adding fencing to a node, if I select "add a fence device to this level"
under either "Main" or "Backup" fencing methods more than once at a time, when
saving it with "update fence properties", the entries are duplicated in both
"Main" and "Backup". If I add one device, save it, then add another, it works
as expected. I also tried this using 5.2 beta, and it still occurs (it seems to
duplicate it twice in each section as well).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Setup a new cluster
2. Select any node to configure fencing
3. Add more than one fencing device at the same time to the same Fencing
Method and save it with the "update fence properties" button.
The fencing devices are duplicated in both main and backup. The
cluster.conf also lists the duplicate entries. However, if I add only one
fencing device and save it, I can add another one at the same level with
The entries should only appear in the section that the fencing devices were
I also had issues when trying to remove previous duplicates. I have to
remove and save individual fencing devices. If I remove all of them and
save, it does not remove them properly. It appears to be the same type of
behavior as adding them.
-- Additional comment from email@example.com on 2008-04-25 15:48 EST --
I meant to add that the scenario that requires this type of configuration is
when the nodes are connected to two network power switches, and require both
devices as their main fencing method. In my lab I have one apc and one wti that
each node is connected to. However, I can reproduce this by adding any fence
devices to the same method at once.
fix verified in luci-0.11.2-2.el4
entries for one fencing method are not automagically copied to the other fencing method
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