corosync-notifyd man page

corosync-notifyd — Listen for important corosync events and send dbus and/or snmp traps.

Synopsis

corosync-notifyd [-f] [-l] [-o] [-s] [-m] [manager] [-d] [-h]

Description

corosync-notifyd uses corosync API to listen for important cluster events and can log them, generate dbus signals or genterate snmp traps.

Options

-f
Start application in foreground.
-l
Log all events.
-o
Print events to stdout (turns on -l).
-s
Send SNMP traps on all events.
-m
Set the SNMP manager address.
-d
Send DBUS signals on all events.
-h
Print this help

Examples

$ corosync-notifyd -o
corosync-notifyd[18505]: troll[23374016] corosync-notify:18505:12 is now connected to corosync
corosync-notifyd[18505]: troll[23374016] corosync-notify:18505:13 is now disconnected from corosync
corosync-notifyd[18505]: troll[23374016] is now quorate
corosync-notifyd[18505]: r2[1550100672] ip:192.168.100.92 joined
corosync-notifyd[18505]: r2[1550100672] ip:192.168.100.92 left

$ corosync-notifyd -d

Note this output below is from "dbus-monitor --system"

signal sender=:1.216 -> dest=(null destination) serial=2 path=/com/redhat/cluster/corosync;
interface=com.redhat.cluster.corosync; member=ConnectionStateChange
string "troll"
uint32 23374016
string "corosync-notify:18900:12"
string "connected"
signal sender=:1.216 -> dest=(null destination) serial=3 path=/com/redhat/cluster/corosync;
interface=com.redhat.cluster.corosync; member=ConnectionStateChange
string "troll"
uint32 23374016
string "corosync-notify:18900:13"
string "disconnected"
signal sender=:1.216 -> dest=(null destination) serial=4 path=/com/redhat/cluster/corosync;
interface=com.redhat.cluster.corosync; member=QorumStateChange
string "troll"
uint32 23374016
string "quorate"
signal sender=:1.216 -> dest=(null destination) serial=5 path=/com/redhat/cluster/corosync;
interface=com.redhat.cluster.corosync; member=NodeStateChange
string "r2"
uint32 1550100672
string "192.168.100.92"
string "joined"
signal sender=:1.216 -> dest=(null destination) serial=6 path=/com/redhat/cluster/corosync;
interface=com.redhat.cluster.corosync; member=NodeStateChange
string "r2"
uint32 1550100672
string "192.168.100.92"
string "left"

See Also

corosync(8), corosync-cmapctl(8), dbus-monitor(1),

Author

Angus Salkeld

Info

2011-01-14