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corosync-quorumtool - Man Page

Set and display quorum settings.


corosync-quorumtool [-s] [-m] [-l] [-p] [-v votes] [-n nodeid] [-e expected] [-H] [-i] [-o <a|n|i>] [-a] [-f] [-h] [-V]


Display the current state of quorum in the cluster and set vote quorum options.



show quorum status


constantly monitor quorum status


list nodes


when used with -s or -l, generates machine parsable output

-v <votes>

change the number of votes for a node *

-n <nodeid>

optional nodeid of node for -v

-e <expected>

change expected votes for the cluster *


show nodeids in hexadecimal rather than decimal


show node IP addresses instead of the resolved name


when used with -s or -l, generates machine parsable output

-o <a|n|i>

Orders the output of the nodes list. By default or with -oa nodes are listed in IP address order: as they come from corosync. -on will order the nodes based on their name, and -oi will order them based on their node ID.


Show the name or IP address (see -i above) of all interfaces in use on the nodes, rather than just the first one.


forcefully unregister a quorum device *DANGEROUS* *

-h (if no other argument)

show this help text


show version and exit

* Starred items only work if votequorum is the quorum provider for corosync

Exit Status

corosync-quorumtool may return one of several error codes if it encounters problems.


No problems occurred (quorate for -s operation).


Generic error code.


Not quorate (returned only for -s operation).

See Also

corosync_overview(7), votequorum_overview(3),


Angus Salkeld

Referenced By

quorum_overview(3), votequorum(5), votequorum_overview(3), votequorum_qdevice_update(3).