[ClusterLabs Developers] New resource agents
Cesello <Damiano Scaramuzza>
cesello at daimonlab.it
Thu Jul 9 13:47:12 EDT 2020
thanks for the infos.
I've completely miss the docs :)
I have for sure to fork both fence-agents and resource-agent.
I'll try to read out everything and I'll integrate some missing info in
my python scripts (better comments, debug messages...)
See you soon
On 09/07/20 15:48, Oyvind Albrigtsen wrote:
> Hi Damiano,
> You can follow the fork instructions for resource-agents:
> and fork https://github.com/ClusterLabs/fence-agents instead.
> I suggest calling it fence_ovh_rest or similar, so the old fence_ovh
> can still be used/improved for those who use it.
> There's no need to update Makefile's in fence-agents, so you just put
> the agent as e.g. agents/ovh_rest/fence_ovh_rest.py and update the
> hashbang to use @PYTHON@ and sys.path's @ equivalent so
> they get generated based on paths detected during ./configure.
> On 09/07/20 15:16 +0200, Damiano Scaramuzza wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> for my OVH clusters I've developed two new resource agents
>> One fence/stonith for physical servers (calls ovh reboot service)
>> One Floating Ip agentÂ (calls the moveIP ovh service)
>> Both are using the new REST ovh protocol . I know that agents for SOAP
>> already exist but , as far as I know, the SOAP protocol was deprecated
>> and will probably be
>> removed from OVH in the near future.
>> My agents uses the ovh plugin and are in production from january 2020
>> and seem to work
>> How to submit the agents to clusterlab for review/release as free
>> software ?
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