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I don't see mysql defined in the Pacemaker; are you starting it manually after the cluster starts or does it start at boot? If it's starting at boot, it could be starting before Pacemaker, and therefore holding a lock on the mountpoint (where it's data should be) which would cause the Filesystem resource to not be able to mount the filesystem there. Kind ...


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You can't, at least not the way you want to do it. Those #SBATCH lines are shell comments which happen to be interpreted by the sbatch command, you can't execute shell code in them. Also, sbatch's -o option only understands a very limited set of replacement symbols (see man page extracts below). Probably the closest you can get to what you want is run ...



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