[Pacemaker] Fedora 16 Cluster

Patrick H. pacemaker at feystorm.net
Thu Dec 1 16:22:56 EST 2011

Yes, the original documentation you came across that talks about CMAN :-)
Though you dont need the gfs stuff if youre not going to be using gfs

Sent: Thu Dec 01 2011 14:00:44 GMT-0700 (MST)
From: Charles DeVoe <scarecrow_57 at yahoo.com>
To: Patrick H. <pacemaker at feystorm.net>
Subject: Re: [Pacemaker] Fedora 16 Cluster
> Is there some documentation on how to set up option 3?
> corosync + cpg + cman + mcp
> Do I simply start up pacemaker????
> Also, what is cpg?
> --- On *Thu, 12/1/11, Patrick H. /<pacemaker at feystorm.net>/* wrote:
>     From: Patrick H. <pacemaker at feystorm.net>
>     Subject: Re: [Pacemaker] Fedora 16 Cluster
>     To: "The Pacemaker cluster resource manager"
>     <pacemaker at oss.clusterlabs.org>
>     Cc: "Charles DeVoe" <scarecrow_57 at yahoo.com>
>     Date: Thursday, December 1, 2011, 1:52 PM
>     Sent: Thu Dec 01 2011 11:34:39 GMT-0700 (MST)
>     From: Charles DeVoe <scarecrow_57 at yahoo.com>
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>     To: pacemaker at oss.clusterlabs.org
>     </mc/compose?to=pacemaker at oss.clusterlabs.org>
>     Subject: [Pacemaker] Fedora 16 Cluster
>>     I've spent the last month or so building linux clusters.  2 of
>>     them in a VM environment on fedora 15.  I went through the
>>     Clusters from Scratch Tutorial; which sort of worked.  At this
>>     time I am looking for a sanity check.
>>     My requirements are  to have  a 4 node load balanced cluster with
>>     shard access to a SAN volume.  The SAN will be using GFS2.
>>      I believe I need corosync, Openais, PaceMaker, and GFS2 utilities.
>>     Where the confusion is coming from is the use of CMAN in the
>>     clusters from scratch.  It seems from what I am reading that
>>     Pacemaker should be able to do everything I need and I am
>>     wondering if the use of cman is old information.
>>     Any thoughts comments or suggestiosn are greatly appreciated,
>>     Thanks in advance.
>     No, CMAN is the new information. Theres a nasty bug out there (see
>     http://www.mail-archive.com/openais@lists.linux-foundation.org/msg05600.html)
>     if you setup pacemaker 1.1 without the new MCP stuff. Best
>     solution is to switch to CMAN. See
>     http://theclusterguy.clusterlabs.org/post/907043024/introducing-the-pacemaker-master-control-process-for
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