[Pacemaker] Build dlm_controld for pacemaker stack(dlm_controld.pcmk)

Andrew Beekhof andrew at beekhof.net
Mon Nov 5 00:43:09 EST 2012

On Sat, Nov 3, 2012 at 2:43 PM, Matthew O'Connor <matt at ecsorl.com> wrote:
> On 10/29/2012 08:14 PM, Andrew Beekhof wrote:
>> Option 3 is where things are headed, however the only distro that ships it today is Fedora-17 (and shortly 18).
>> In this scenario, all components obtain membership and quorum directly from corosync.
>> So far OCFS2 is the only component that hasn't been updated to support this.
>> This option requires corosync 2.x  + pacemaker 1.1.7 or later
> This is an interesting thread to me because I am about to upgrade from
> Ubuntu 11.10 to 12.04.  Consequently, it seems I'll have to update
> OCFS2's cluster stack from PCMK to CMAN.  I can't seem to figure a way
> past it.  (Why wasn't CMAN compiled into v1.1.5 for U-11.10?
> Nevermind...it's unimportant now.)

It may not have been fully baked at that point.

> I'd love to go to Option 3, but if OCFS2 isn't there...well...any idea
> when it will be?  Probably an OCFS2-maintainer question - if so, I
> apologize for asking it here.

Right, its pretty much up to the OCFS2 maintainer and/or SUSE.
Although I wouldn't expect SUSE to take much interest until they start
thinking about SLES12 (I have no idea when that might be).

> Considering that the Pacemaker package is built and ready, but is stuck
> back on v1.1.6, would v1.1.8 be worth building from source and deploying?


> -- Matthew
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