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redhat cluster fence status

Posted on 2017-11-14
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Last Modified: 2017-11-18

We are running redhat 7.2 and running cluster.  How do we find out if the node is fenced ?  Any command ?
Question by:mokkan
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it is part of the configuration.
not sure I understand your question. Are you trying to determine what type of fencing you are using for a particular resource?

fence_check might be the command you are looking for.
Was in 6.x not sure for 7.x.

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