[Pacemaker] Announce: LCMC 1.2.0 / Pacemaker, DRBD, KVM GUI

Rasto Levrinc rasto.levrinc at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 01:18:35 EST 2012


this is the next release of the Linux Cluster Management Console. The
LCMC helps you to configure a Pacemaker cluster without the need to go
to the command line. Now you say, but of course there must be a point
were you have to use the command line, well not anymore, at least most
of the time. The LCMC lets you to edit predefined config files of many
services on all cluster hosts simultaneously or separately.

For example if you have some NFS resource agent, the LCMC lets you edit
the /etc/exports file. If you have mysql db, it lets you edit the my.cnf
or any config file that you is defined as a mysql config file in the
Pacemaker configuration and so on. See the screenshot:


I've defined the most obvious config file locations, if I've missed
something, let me know.

LCMC web page:


Source code:

New video:

* don't use node_state from not existing node ids
* make autostart vm option per host
* implement the edit-config-files feature
* allow removing of a running resource in an advanced mode
* show hierarchy of block devices in the tooltips
* improve handling of LVM on DRBD
* fix resolve split-brain for DRBD 8.4

Rasto Levrinc

Dipl.-Ing. Rastislav Levrinc
rasto.levrinc at gmail.com
Linux Cluster Management Console

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