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PACEMAKER(8)		System Administration Utilities		  PACEMAKER(8)

       Pacemaker - Part of the Pacemaker cluster resource manager

       crmadmin command [options]

       crmadmin - Development tool for performing some crmd-specific commands.

	      Likely to be replaced by crm_node in the future

       -?, --help
	      This text

       -$, --version
	      Version information

       -q, --quiet
	      Display only the essential query information

       -V, --verbose
	      Increase debug output

       -i, --debug_inc=value
	      Increase the crmd's debug level on the specified host

       -d, --debug_dec=value
	      Decrease the crmd's debug level on the specified host

       -S, --status=value
	      Display the status of the specified node.

	      Result  is the node's internal FSM state which can be useful for

       -D, --dc_lookup
	      Display the uname of the node co-ordinating the cluster.

	      This is an internal detail and is rarely useful  to  administra‐
	      tors except when deciding on which node to examine the logs.

       -N, --nodes
	      Display the uname of all member nodes

       -E,  --election (Advanced) Start an election for the cluster co-ordina‐

       -K, --kill=value
	      (Advanced) Shut down the crmd (not the rest of the  clusterstack
	      ) on the specified node

   Additional Options:
       -t, --timeout=value
	      Time  (in	 milliseconds)	to wait before declaring the operation

       -B, --bash-export
	      Create Bash export entries of the form 'export uname=uuid'

	      The -i,-d,-K and -E commands are rarely used and may be  removed
	      in future versions.

       Written by Andrew Beekhof

       Report bugs to

Pacemaker 1.1.10-29.el7		   May 2014			  PACEMAKER(8)

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