[Linux-HA] HB2 on RHEL AS4u5 (64-bit)
davo_muc at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 1 03:39:32 MDT 2007
Yes, I would prefer to use the latest *stable* release you guys make available too.
The OS vendor packages tend to lag a bit. I'll probably try it out later this week.
--- Lars Marowsky-Bree <lmb at suse.de> wrote:
> On 2007-06-29T17:14:25, Eddie C <edlinuxguru at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I would suggest getting the latest. Linux HA seems to have a steady
> > growth of bug fixes and features. Sure version 2.0.1 might work find
> > for me, but I may not be using all the features, if you are having a
> > problem someone is likely to tell you to upgrade anyway.
> > I would defer to the packages from your operating system vendor. They
> > are going to be most compatable.
> But they are not going to be very uptodate ;-)
> http://software.opensuse.org/download/server:/ha-clustering is a much
> better and more recent source. If they are incompatible with any
> distribution, we'll fix it quickly.
> If you want to live on the bleeding edge for development and testing,
> try http://software.opensuse.org/download/home:/LarsMB/
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