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Puppet module to provide configuration managent of pacemaker and associated resources

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Version information

  • 0.2.0 (latest)
  • 0.1.0
  • 0.0.3
  • 0.0.2
  • 0.0.1
released May 1st 2014

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  • r10k or Code Manager
  • Bolt
  • Manual installation
  • Direct download

Add this module to your Puppetfile:

mod 'radez-pacemaker', '0.2.0'
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Add this module to your Bolt project:

bolt module add radez-pacemaker
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Manually install this module globally with Puppet module tool:

puppet module install radez-pacemaker --version 0.2.0

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Tags: ha, pacemaker, pcs

Documentation

radez/pacemaker — version 0.2.0 May 1st 2014

Pacemaker module for puppet

This module manages pacemaker on Linux distros with the pcs tool.

License

Apache 2.0

Support & Contact

Please log tickets and issues at https://github.com/radez/puppet-pacemaker

Description

This module uses the fact osfamily which is supported by Facter 1.6.1+. If you do not have facter 1.6.1 in your environment, the following manifests will provide the same functionality in site.pp (before declaring any node):

if ! $::osfamily {
  case $::operatingsystem {
    'RedHat', 'Fedora', 'CentOS', 'Scientific', 'SLC', 'Ascendos', 'CloudLinux', 'PSBM', 'OracleLinux', 'OVS', 'OEL': {
      $osfamily = 'RedHat'
    }
    'ubuntu', 'debian': {
      $osfamily = 'Debian'
    }
    'SLES', 'SLED', 'OpenSuSE', 'SuSE': {
      $osfamily = 'Suse'
    }
    'Solaris', 'Nexenta': {
      $osfamily = 'Solaris'
    }
    default: {
      $osfamily = $::operatingsystem
    }
  }
}

This module is based on work by Dan Radez

Usage

pacemaker

Installs Pacemaker and corosync and creates a cluster

class {"pacemaker::corosync":
    cluster_name => "cluster_name",
    cluster_members => "192.168.122.3 192.168.122.7",
}

The pacemaker::corosync resource must be executed on each node

Disable stonith

class {"pacemaker::stonith":
    disable => true,
}

Add a stonith device

class {"pacemaker::stonith::ipmilan":
    address => "10.10.10.100",
    user => "admin",
    password => "admin",
}

Resources

Any of the following resources support a group propery. This will create the group, if the group doesn't exist, and add the resource to the group. This has been demonstrated on the ip address example, but is not a required propery.

Add a floating ip

pacemaker::resource::ip { "192.168.122.223":
    ip_address => "192.168.122.223",
    group => "my_group",
}

Manage a Linux Standard Build service

That will get created after the floating ip

pacemaker::resource::lsb { "http":
    require => Pacemaker::Resource::Ip['192.168.122.223'],
}

Manage a MySQL server

pacemaker::resource::mysql { "da-database": }

Manage a shared filesystem

pacemaker::resource::filesystem { "apache share":
    device => "192.168.122.1:/var/www/html",
    directory => "/mnt",
    fstype => "nfs",
}