OCF_RESKEY_pidfile=string [OCF_RESKEY_delay=string] [OCF_RESKEY_disks=string] [OCF_RESKEY_disk_unit=string] [OCF_RESKEY_min_disk_free=string]
SysInfo [start | stop | monitor | meta-data | validate-all]
This is a SysInfo Resource Agent. It records (in the CIB) various attributes of a node Sample Linux output: arch: i686 os: Linux-2.4.26-gentoo-r14 free_swap: 1999 cpu_info: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 2.40GHz cpu_speed: 4771.02 cpu_cores: 1 cpu_load: 0.00 ram_total: 513 ram_free: 117 root_free: 2.4 #health_disk: red Sample Darwin output: arch: i386 os: Darwin-8.6.2 cpu_info: Intel Core Duo cpu_speed: 2.16 cpu_cores: 2 cpu_load: 0.18 ram_total: 2016 ram_free: 787 root_free: 13 #health_disk: green Units: free_swap: MB ram_*: MB cpu_speed (Linux): bogomips cpu_speed (Darwin): GHz *_free: GB (or user-defined: disk_unit)
- OCF_RESKEY_pidfile = string [/SysInfo-]
- OCF_RESKEY_delay = string [0s]
Interval to allow values to stabilize
- OCF_RESKEY_disks = string
List of Filesytems/Paths to query for free disk space
Filesystems or Paths to be queried for free disk space as a SPACE separated list - e.g "/dev/sda1 /tmp". Results will be written to an attribute with leading slashes removed, and other slashes replaced with underscore, and the word 'free' appended - e.g for /dev/sda1 it would be 'dev_sda1_free'. Note: The root filesystem '/' is always queried to an attribute named 'root_free'
- OCF_RESKEY_disk_unit = string [G]
Unit to report disk free space in
Unit to report disk free space in. Can be one of: B, K, M, G, T, P (case-insensitive)
- OCF_RESKEY_min_disk_free = string 
minimum disk free space required
The amount of free space required in monitored disks. If any of the monitored disks has less than this amount of free space, , with the node attribute "#health_disk" changing to "red", all resources will move away from the node. Set the node-health-strategy property appropriately for this to take effect. If the unit is not specified, it defaults to disk_unit.
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