[Pacemaker] CFP: Linux Plumbers Mini-Conf on High-Availability/Clustering

Lars Marowsky-Bree lmb at novell.com
Wed Aug 4 09:59:27 EDT 2010

Hi all,

there will (hopefully!) be a mini-conference on HA/Clustering at this
year's LPC in Cambridge, MA, Nov 3-5th.

This would be an informal summit for the HA folks to get together and
discuss the various issues that would benefit from a face to face
meeting; to facilitate progress faster than by exchanging countless

The goal would be a very technical discussion - the sessions would be
focus points, but the chance to get the core folks from the community
together is key.

Topics that come to my mind and that would seek speakers/discussion
leaders are fencing, resource agent evolution, synergies between
init/upstart/lrm, or wildly reaching out to the stars - where's our
place in the cloud? Can we build clustered appliances? Anything
remaining in the file system spaces?

I hope you have other ideas and want to attend the conference. You can
submit them here:

Miniconference proposal submissions are not necessarily time-limited,
but I would appreciate a fast turn-around. ;-)

I look forward to your submissions. Please let me know if you have any


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