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clusvcadm(8)		     Red Hat Cluster Suite		  clusvcadm(8)

       clusvcadm - Cluster User Service Administration Utility

       clusvcadm [-d <service> ] [-e <service> [-F] ] [-l] [-u] [-S] [-m <mem‐
       ber> ] [-r <service> ] [-R <service> ] [-M <service> ] [-Z <service>  ]
       [-U <service> ] [-s <service> ] [-c <service> ] [-v]

       The clusvcadm command allows an administrator to enable, disable, relo‐
       cate, and restart user services in a  cluster.	In  order  to  perform
       cluster	service	 operations,  the cluster daemons must be running (and
       have quorum) on the member system on which the command is invoked.

       -d <service>
	      Stops and disables the user service named service

       -e <service> [-F]
	      Enables and starts the user service named service

	      Normally, rgmanager starts the service locally (i.e. on the host
	      where  clusvcadm	was run).  However, if the -F option is speci‐
	      fied, rgmanager will use the assigned failover domain  rules  as
	      hints on where to start the service.

       -l     Lock  services in preparation for cluster shutdown.  This should
	      only be used if the administrator intends to perform  a  global,
	      cluster  wide  shutdown.	 This  prevents services from starting
	      (but not stopping, like -Z does).	 Once the  cluster  quorum  is
	      dissolved,  this state is reset.	If a new instance of rgmanager
	      boots while others are locked, the behavior is undefined.

       -u     Unlock resource group managers.  This allows services  to	 start

       -S     Display  whether	the resource group managers are locked or not.
	      This can be used to verify the correct operation of the  -l  and
	      -u options, but is only useful for debugging.

       -m <member>
	      When  used in conjunction with either the -e or -r options, this
	      specifies the preferred target member on which to start the ser‐

       -r <service>
	      Relocates the user service named service to another cluster mem‐

       -R <service>
	      Restarts the user service named service on the cluster member on
	      which it is currently running.

       -M <service>
	      Use  a  special  "migration"  operation to move the user service
	      named service to another cluster	member.	  Currently,  this  is
	      only  useful  for	 virtual  machines.   Use of migration usually
	      requires special configuration of the local virtual machine man‐
	      ager in order to work correctly.

       -Z <service>
	      Freezes the service named service on the cluster member on which
	      it is currently running.	This will prevent status checks of the
	      service  as  well	 as  failover  in  the event the node fails or
	      rgmanager is stopped.

       -U <service>
	      Unfreezes the user service named service on the  cluster	member
	      on  which	 it  is currently running.  This will re-enable status

       -s <service>
	      Stops the service named service until  a	member	transition  or
	      until it is enabled again.

       -c <service>
	      Attempt  to  convalesce  the named service by restarting failed,
	      non-critical components.

       -v     Display version information and exit.

       Executing -U (unfreeze) on a service which was frozen  in  the  started
       state  while  the service owner is offline results in an undefined (and
       possibly dangerous) condition.  Manually ensure all resources are clear
       before doing this.


				   Jan 2005			  clusvcadm(8)

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