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crm_config options

cluster_recheck_interval

cluster_recheck_interval [time: default=0]: Polling interval for time based changes to options, resource parameters and constraints.
The Cluster is primarily event driven, however the configuration can have elements that change based on time. To ensure these changes take effect, we can optionally poll the cluster's status for changes. Allowed values: Zero disables polling. Positive values are an interval in seconds (unless other SI units are specified. eg. 5min)

election_timeout

election_timeout [time: default=2min]: *** Advanced Use Only ***.
If need to adjust this value, it probably indicates the presence of a bug.

crmd-integration-timeout

crmd-integration-timeout [time: default=3min]: *** Advanced Use Only ***.
If need to adjust this value, it probably indicates the presence of a bug.

shutdown_escalation

shutdown_escalation [time: default=20min]: *** Advanced Use Only ***.
If need to adjust this value, it probably indicates the presence of a bug.

crmd-finalization-timeout

crmd-finalization-timeout [time: default=30min]: *** Advanced Use Only ***.
If you need to adjust this value, it probably indicates the presence of a bug.

dc_deadtime

dc_deadtime [time: default=10s]: How long to wait for a response from other nodes during startup.
The "correct" value will depend on the speed and load of your network.

default-action-timeout

default-action-timeout [time: default=20s]: How long to wait for actions to complete
How long to wait for actions to complete

batch-limit

batch-limit [integer: default=30]: The number of jobs that the TE is allowed to execute in parallel
The "correct" value will depend on the speed and load of your network and cluster nodes.

start-failure-is-fatal

start-failure-is-fatal [boolean: default=true]: Always treat start failures as fatal
This was the old default. However when set to FALSE, the cluster will instead use the resource's failcount and value for resource-failure-stickiness

stonith-enabled

stonith-enabled [boolean: default=false]: Failed nodes are STONITH'd
Failed nodes are STONITH'd

symmetric-cluster

symmetric-cluster [boolean: default=true]: All resources can run anywhere by default
All resources can run anywhere by default

stop-orphan-actions

stop-orphan-actions [boolean: default=true]: Should deleted actions be cancelled
Should deleted actions be cancelled

stonith-action

stonith-action [enum: default=reboot]: Action to send to STONITH device
Action to send to STONITH device Allowed values: reboot, poweroff

pe-input-series-max

pe-input-series-max [integer: default=-1]: The number of other PE inputs to save
Zero to disable, -1 to store unlimited.

remove-after-stop

remove-after-stop [boolean: default=false]: Remove resources from the LRM after they are stopped
Always set this to false. Other values are, at best, poorly tested and potentially dangerous.

is-managed-default

is-managed-default [boolean: default=true]: Should the cluster start/stop resources as required
Should the cluster start/stop resources as required

stop-orphan-resources

stop-orphan-resources [boolean: default=true]: Should deleted resources be stopped
Should deleted resources be stopped

no-quorum-policy

no-quorum-policy [enum: default=stop]: What to do when the cluster does not have quorum
What to do when the cluster does not have quorum Allowed values: stop, freeze, ignore

default-resource-failure-stickiness

default-resource-failure-stickiness [integer: default=0]: default-resource-failure-stickiness
default-resource-failure-stickiness

pe-warn-series-max

pe-warn-series-max [integer: default=-1]: The number of PE inputs resulting in WARNINGs to save
Zero to disable, -1 to store unlimited.

pe-error-series-max

pe-error-series-max [integer: default=-1]: The number of PE inputs resulting in ERRORs to save
Zero to disable, -1 to store unlimited.

cluster-delay

cluster-delay [time: default=60s]: Round trip delay over the network (excluding action execution)
The "correct" value will depend on the speed and load of your network and cluster nodes.

default-resource-stickiness

default-resource-stickiness [integer: default=0]: default-resource-stickiness
default-resource-stickiness

startup-fencing

startup-fencing [boolean: default=true]: STONITH unseen nodes
Advanced Use Only! Not using the default is very unsafe!


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