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Posted on 2011-09-15
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in a redhat cluster is it possible when making a change to part of the service to get the rgmanager not to check it's status. one part of the service goes down when making changes and it brings down the entire service.
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What version? In the older versions on RH cluster NO. I would write a line into the status function to look or a file. If the file existed it was in maintenance and would exit 0 without checking the app/service. No file allowed Otto check for te service.

I think in 5.5 an above, there is a -z or -Z switch added to the clusvcadm command that signifies maintenance.
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