Getting acquainted with PCS

We are getting closer to actually setting up the cluster. Before diving into that task, we need to become familiar with PCS—the core component of our cluster—so to speak, which will be used to control and configure pacemaker and corosync. To begin doing that, we can just run PCS without arguments, as follows:


This returns the output shown in the following screenshot, which provides a short explanation of each option and command available in PCS:

Getting acquainted with PCS

We are interested in the Commands section, where the actual categories of clustering that can be managed through this tool are listed, along with a brief description of their ...

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