[Pacemaker] Announce: pcs-0.9.26

Grüninger, Andreas (LGL Extern) Andreas.Grueninger at lgl.bwl.de
Thu Oct 11 04:58:36 EDT 2012

I checked the source code and found that the current version uses a mixture of fixed pathes for the binaries and calls without paths.
E.g. "cibadmin" or "/usr/sbin/crm_mon".
Do you have plans to support installations where the software is installed in /opt/ha?
This is the case when the option --prefix /opt/ha is used with configure of corosync/pacemaker etc.

In this case corosync.conf is installed in /opt/ha/etc/corosync/corosync.conf and the binaries in /opt/ha/bin/ or /opt/ha/sbin/ respective.


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Von: Chris Feist [mailto:cfeist at redhat.com] 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 9. Oktober 2012 02:28
An: pacemaker at oss.clusterlabs.org; linux clustering
Betreff: [Pacemaker] Announce: pcs-0.9.26

We've been making improvements to the pcs (pacemaker/corosync configuration
system) command line tool over the past few months.

Currently you can setup a basic cluster (including configuring corosync 2.0 udpu).

David Vossel has also created a version of the "Clusters from Scratch" document that illustrates setting up a cluster using pcs.  This should be showing up shortly.

You can view the source here: https://github.com/feist/pcs/

Or download the latest tarball:

There is also a Fedora 18 package that will be included with the next release. 
You should be able to find that package in the following locations...



In the near future we are planning on having builds for SUSE & Ubuntu/Debian.

We're also actively working on a GUI/Daemon that will allow control of your entire cluster from one node and/or a web browser.

Please feel free to email me (cfeist at redhat.com) or open issues on the pcs project at github (https://github.com/feist/pcs/issues) if you have any questions or problems.


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