fence_azure_arm agent requires the powerOff permission
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP4
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server in Microsoft Azure Cloud
This can result in a failed fence operation if the Azure service principal that a fence_azure_arm resource is configured to use does not have a permission to perform the powerOff action.
needs to be adjusted to have the following permission:
``` Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/powerOff/action ```The deallocate permission is no longer needed by the fence_azure_arm agent.
The former package implements the off action using the deallocate operation, while the latter uses the powerOff operation. Specifically, the change occurred in package version fence-agents-4.4.0+git.1558595666.5f79f9e9-3.5.1.
This means that when updating from previous SLES 12 versions, to SLES12-SP4 using fence-agents-4.4.0, the user also needs to *manually* update the Linux Fence Agent Role in Azure that they use with the fence_azure_arm agent. As such, the deallocate permission needs to be changed to powerOff.
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- Document ID:000019730
- Creation Date: 09-Oct-2020
- Modified Date:12-Oct-2020
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