Re: [Users] power management for drac6

2013-03-22 Thread Yuriy Demchenko
Hi, I've been using drac5 fence with drac7 equipment for some time now - works well you need to pass option cmd_prompt=admin1- (without quotes), so you missing - sign secure or not - depends on enabled/disabled ssh in your drac. Hope it helps. Yuriy Demchenko On 03/22/2013 05:07 AM, Thomas

Re: [Users] power management for drac6

2013-03-22 Thread Gianluca Cecchi
On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 2:07 AM, Thomas Scofield wrote: Has anyone been able to get a drac6 management interface working by using the drac5 fencing agent? From testing on the command line I was able to For a CentOS 5.9 cluster (RHCS) between two Dell servers with idrac7 I was able to setup

Re: [Users] power management for drac6

2013-03-22 Thread Yuriy Demchenko
vdsm.log Thread-1978569::DEBUG::2013-03-21 11:30:38,769::API::1024::vds::(fenceNode) fenceNode(addr=vm2-mgt,port=,agent=drac5,user=root,passwd=,action=status,secure=,options=) btw, looking at this log string i presume you hit the bug from this tread (if you using ovirt 3.1):

Re: [Users] power management for drac6

2013-03-22 Thread Thomas Scofield
An old vdsm agent was the source of some of my issues. After updating to 4.10.3 I was able to get it working, the options are being passed now. I had to add a login_timeout as well since one of the drac interfaces is a bit slow on login. cmd_prompt=admin,login_timeout=15 On Fri, Mar 22, 2013

[Users] power management for drac6

2013-03-21 Thread Thomas Scofield
Has anyone been able to get a drac6 management interface working by using the drac5 fencing agent? From testing on the command line I was able to determine that we need to add the option cmd_prompt=admin1. But for some reason I can’t get any options to work. From the logs below you can see that