[Linux-HA] HA2 OCF CRM: Manage multiple DRBD Resources
lmb at suse.de
Thu Jul 5 03:14:09 MDT 2007
On 2007-07-05T08:19:01, Dominik Klein <dk at in-telegence.net> wrote:
> >It might be a bit late in the game to ask this, but
> >which heartbeat version, exactly, are you running?
> 2.0.8 compiled from source on openSuSE 10.2
> Which version do you recommend?
Oh my god, 2.0.8 as released from Linux HA? That version is positively
ancient. drbd isn't really working in there, I fixed it afterwards.
http://software.opensuse.org/download/server:/ha-clustering is the
version you should be running.
http://software.opensuse.org/download/home:/LarsMB/ if you dare to run
the daily development builds ;-)
Note to everyone who might be reading this: That is NOT! limited to
openSUSE builds. Debian, Fedora, Ubuntu, Mandriva etc is also available
> >You're drbd RA seems to still put the master_slave preference into the
> >configuration section instead of a transient node attribute, which
> >indicates you're not running our latest code?
> Latest "stable" I think.
> # /usr/lib/heartbeat/heartbeat -V
That is not a good release by now, in particular not for the drbd stuff.
Please read up on the discussion on this list.
(And no, it's not a good thing. It doesn't make me happy. Our latest
stable release shouldn't be so long ago. I cannot affect it. I've
offered to, but been ignored. The best we can do for you is provide
tested and devel packages at the openSUSE build service.)
> I'll figure out how to do this. If you want to drop me a line, that
> might save some time :)
Easiest way is to set the default-action-timeout global setting.
> >Hm, I don't have a good idea of the top of my head. I'd need to try and
> >reproduce on my own cluster.
> Ok. That would be very nice.
With 2.0.8, I've got to admit it's not worth trying. Please try one of
the more recent versions.
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