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8.4.2. Guest Node Resource Options

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When configuring a virtual machine or LXC resource to act as a guest node, you create a VirtualDomain resource, which manages the virtual machine. For descriptions of the options you can set for a VirtualDomain resource, use the following command.
# pcs resource describe VirtualDomain
In addition to the VirtualDomain resource options, you can configure metadata options to both enable the resource as a guest node and define the connection parameters. Table 8.4, “Metadata Options for Configuring KVM/LXC Resources as Remote Nodes” describes these metadata options.
Table 8.4. Metadata Options for Configuring KVM/LXC Resources as Remote Nodes
FieldDefaultDescription
remote-node
<none>
The name of the guest node this resource defines. This both enables the resource as a guest node and defines the unique name used to identify the guest node. WARNING: This value cannot overlap with any resource or node IDs.
remote-port
3121
Configures a custom port to use for the guest connection to pacemaker_remote.
remote-addr
remote-node value used as host name
The IP address or host name to connect to if remote node’s name is not the host name of the guest
remote-connect-timeout
60s
Amount of time before a pending guest connection will time out
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