[Linux-HA] Corosync conflicts with Openais?
eric.robinson at psmnv.com
Wed Mar 10 09:34:56 MST 2010
>> That is pretty confusing to me because (1) people seem to say that
>> OpenAIS 0.80.6 (whitetank) is the way to go because the alternative
>> (wilson+flatiron) is not ready for prime time and also contains
>> features that many simple clusters don't need,
> Which people say that?
I was remembering this blog entry:
>> and (2) the ClusterLabs page on
>> Pacemaker recommends that people use Pacemaker with OpenAIS (in
>> preference to heartbeat) and does not mention Corosync.
>Yes, we need to update that. When that page was written there
>was no corosync, only later was it spun off into its own project.
Thank God, that clears up a lot! I'm just a clueless noob with
Pacemaker, so any little thing like that throws me way off track.
So then it's okay that when I installed Pacemaker, it also installed
corosync x86_64 1.2.0-1.el5?
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