[Linux-HA] Corosync conflicts with Openais?
andrew at beekhof.net
Wed Mar 10 08:36:45 MST 2010
On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 3:04 PM, Robinson, Eric <eric.robinson at psmnv.com> wrote:
>>> (guessing) the latest pacemaker package specifies corosync as a
>>> dependency so effectively this command tries to install both?
>>Right. You can drop the "openais = 0.80.6" part
> I totally believe you, but when I do 'yum install pacemaker' it shows
> the following resolved dependency...
> corosync x86_64 1.2.0-1.el5
> ...whereas openais is not listed as a dependency.
Pacemaker doesn't actually require the pieces in openais, corosync is enough.
> 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? Flatiron works just fine.
And as for features, flatiron has less than whitetank, so I'm not sure
bloat is a good argument to stay on whitetank.
> 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.
> So... when I do 'yum install pacemaker' what do I actually end up with?
> Eric Robinson
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