Performing Daily Cluster Management Tasks

At this point, your cluster should be operational. That means that your work as a cluster administrator can begin, and you can start managing the cluster resources. All topics in the chapters up to now were mostly about designing the cluster. This chapter is about managing the cluster, and it discusses typical tasks that a cluster administrator might have to perform. The following tasks are discussed:

  • Starting and stopping resources
  • Monitoring resource state
  • Resource migration
  • Using resource cleanup
  • Managing nodes
  • Using unmanaged mode and maintenance mode for maintenance
  • Understanding log files ...

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