[ClusterLabs Developers] Fence-agents help, getting started

ollie at yahoo.com ollie at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 27 13:49:32 EST 2016

Marek, thank you for the reply. I will ignore the broken tests in the RHEL6 branch until/unless it becomes an operational issue. Thank you also for the link to documentation, that will be extremely helpful. When this project is done, I will have 4-5 more power modules to contribute back to the project.

What versions of RHEL are supported by the master branch?

    On Wednesday, January 27, 2016 1:43 AM, Marek marx Grác <mgrac at redhat.com> wrote:


preferrably work on ‘master’ branch, RHEL6/7 contains only some patches that fixes various issues. 

You can fill bugs either at bugzilla.redhat.com or at github issue tracker.

Basic info about architecture and how to develop new fence agent: https://fedorahosted.org/cluster/wiki/fence-agents

In RHEL6 (branch that follows RHEL 6.latest) make check is broken because XML metadata for regression tests are not up-to-date. Additionatly, travis is no longer working too with this branch (because of older python). I do not plan to fix this issue.


On 26 January 2016 at 19:07:05, ollie at yahoo.com (ollie at yahoo.com) wrote:
> Update... I used the RHEL6 branch and got everything built and installed. However, "make  
> check" is failing on fence_ilo. I'm not super concerned because I don't intend to use  
> that module, but I felt I should report it. Is there a bug tracker for fence-agents somewhere,  
> or should I make a github issue against the repo?
> Thanks again!
> -Ollie
> On Monday, January 25, 2016 10:13 AM, "ollie at yahoo.com" wrote:  
> Hi everyone,
> I want to get started working with and developing on fence-agents. However, I'm having  
> a hard time finding documentation. Can you please point me to where I can find some good  
> "getting-started" docs? Specific questions are:
> 1. Do I do my testing and development based off the master branch, or one of the RHEL branches?2.  
> Are there any usage examples available anywhere?
> Thanks!
> -Ollie
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