[Linux-ha-dev] Re: Announcing: 2.99.1 (beta! release)
hxinwei at gmail.com
Tue Oct 7 09:33:14 MDT 2008
2008/10/6 Lars Marowsky-Bree <lmb at suse.de>:
> On 2008-10-06T12:32:11, Yan Gao <ygao at novell.com> wrote:
>> On Sat, 2008-10-04 at 17:39 +0900, renayama19661014 at ybb.ne.jp wrote:
>> > Hi Xinwei,
>> > I understood it.
>> > Then I will use latest GUI next week.
>> > If there is a problem in GUI, I report it in a mailing list of Pacemaker.
>> Any comments or suggestions are welcome;-)
> I think it definetely needs to be renamed to at least "pacemaker-pygui",
> the package just being called "pygui" doesn't work.
>> It is able to work with pacemaker 0.7 and theoretically with pacemaker
>> 0.6 (I haven't tested it yet).
>> It supports Relax-NG schemas except DTD , and recognizes different
>> versions of CIB xml
> Maybe a new release would be in order then?
>> There're known problems that I haven't fixed yet.
>> * Cannot add attributes or sub-objects for non-existent optional objects
>> such as "rsc_defaults " and "op_defaults"
>> * Render widgets incorrectly for attributes and elements with "anyName"
>> such as the "status"
>> * "Start/Stop/Default Run" a resource need to be reimplemented
> Will these be fixed shortly? That would sort-of be really required.
>> * A simple mode for beginners or general uses
>> * Widzards for convenience of adding resources
>> * Provide detailed information: failed operations, pending operations,
>> scores of resources, crm_verify, PE graph...
>> * Shadow configuration
> I see. And, of course, calling the crm shell instead of directly
> interacting with the CIB ;-)
Not always so. GUI calls the crm shell in a lot of scenarios.
But still, it provides an XML view so that user can interact with xml
> Does a roadmap exist for these features?
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