Perform this procedure from any cluster node.
Before You Begin
Ensure that the following conditions are met:
You have the following information:
The name of the resource group that you are restarting
The name of the node on which to restart the resource group
The nodes where the resource group is to be brought online or to remain online are cluster nodes.
# clresourcegroup restart -n node resource-group
Specifies the name of the node on which the resource group is to be restarted. This resource group is switched offline on all of the other nodes.
Specifies the name of the resource group to restart.
# clresourcegroup status
The output from this command indicates the state of the resource and the resource group that has been restarted.
This example shows how to clear a Start_failed resource state that has occurred on the rscon resource in the resource-group-1 resource group. The command clears this condition by restarting the resource group on the cluster node phys-schost-1.
Verify that the resource is in the Start_failed resource state on phys-schost-1.
# clresource status === Cluster Resources === Resource Name Node Name Status Message -------------- ---------- ------- ------- rscon phys-schost-1 Faulted Faulted phys-schost-2 Offline Offline hastor phys-schost-1 Online Online phys-schost-2 Offline Offline
Restart the resource.
# clresourcegroup restart -n phys-schost-1 –g resource-group-1
Verify that the resource group is restarted on phys-schost-1 and that the Start_failed resource status is cleared.
# clresource status === Cluster Resources === Resource Name Node Name Status Message -------------- ---------- ------- ------- rscon phys-schost-1 Offline Offline rscon phys-schost-2 Online Online hastor phys-schost-1 Online Online hastor phys-schost-2 Offline Offline
The clresourcegroup(1CL) man page.