[Pacemaker] [ha-wg] [Cluster-devel] [Linux-HA] [RFC] Organizing HA Summit 2015

Lars Marowsky-Bree lmb at suse.com
Wed Nov 26 10:41:19 EST 2014

On 2014-11-25T16:46:01, David Vossel <dvossel at redhat.com> wrote:

Okay, okay, apparently we have got enough topics to discuss. I'll
grumble a bit more about Brno, but let's get the organisation of that
thing on track ... Sigh. Always so much work!

I'm assuming arrival on the 3rd and departure on the 6th would be the

> > Personally I'm interested in talking about scaling - with pacemaker-remoted
> > and/or a new messaging/membership layer.
> If we're going to talk about scaling, we should throw in our new docker support
> in the same discussion. Docker lends itself well to the "pet vs cattle" analogy.
> I see management of docker with pacemaker making quite a bit of sense now that we
> have the ability to scale into the "cattle" territory.

While we're on that, I'd like to throw in a heretic thought and suggest
that one might want to look at etcd and fleetd.

> > Other design-y topics:
> > - SBD

Point taken. I have actually not forgotten this Andrew, and am reading
your development. I probably just need to pull the code over ...

> > - degraded mode
> > - improved notifications
> > - containerisation of services (cgroups, docker, virt)
> > - resource-agents (upstream releases, handling of pull requests, testing)
> Yep, We definitely need to talk about the resource-agents.


> > User-facing topics could include recent features (ie. pacemaker-remoted,
> > crm_resource --restart) and common deployment scenarios (eg. NFS) that
> > people get wrong.
> Adding to the list, it would be a good idea to talk about Deployment
> integration testing, what's going on with the phd project and why it's
> important regardless if you're interested in what the project functionally
> does.

OK. So QA is within scope as well. It seems the agenda will fill up
quite nicely.


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