shutdown command for HA-Cluster

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shutdown command for HA-Cluster

Unread post by dognose » Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:31 pm

Currently I'm using a script to perform controlled shutdowns, in case of a grid-failure.
(https://forum.synology.com/enu/viewtopi ... 3&t=133351)


The script works as expected, but when combined with an "HA-Cluster" there is one drawback:

- The script should wait upto 60 minutes, then power off the NAS.

Problem:

- When using "shutdown", the primary node of the HA-cluster shuts down, resulting in a failover to the passive node.
- The passive nodes now tarts again with waiting 60 minutes...

Question:

Is there a dedicated shutdown command for the whole cluster, as it is available through the UI in the High Availability Manager? ("Shut down HA Cluster")

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Re: shutdown command for HA-Cluster

Unread post by dognose » Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:28 pm

*Bump*

what does "High Availability Manager" execute, when "Shut down HA Cluster" is clicked?

I mean, one could design workarounds through SSH or simply by placing a "dummy" file, if the
active server is shutdown due to timeout (so, the passive server knows: "Ignore the timer, shutdown immediately!")

But a "clean" cluster-shutdown command would be "nicer" i'd say?

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