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[PCA 3.x] PCS Cluster Service (Doc ID 2861867.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 09, 2023

Applies to:

Private Cloud Appliance X9-2
Linux x86-64


Some PCA services run as part of a PCS cluster, which will run that service on the primary Management Node only.

In general, PCS will detect a failed Management Node and move the services to another Management Node as needed.

However, in some cases, services may need to be restarted manually.

If a PCS service isn't running, it can be diagnosed by checking the Failed Resource Actions entry in PCS status, and the appropriate log files for that service.

Once a start failure has been diagnosed, the PCS services can be started up again using the command.


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In this Document
 Check the status of the PCS cluster
 Refresh resource
 Add/remove Management Node
 Move resources to a specific node
 View and remove the constraints
 Problem Example1 - Compute Node ILOM not answering ping
 Problem Example2 - Service pca-node-state failed
 Problem Example3 - Haproxy is failed

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