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

Fabio M. Di Nitto fabbione at fabbione.net
Wed Nov 26 10:45:54 EST 2014

On 11/26/2014 4:41 PM, Lars Marowsky-Bree wrote:
> 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
> plan?

Yes that´s correct. Devconf starts the 6.


>>> 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.
> Agreed.
>>> 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.
> Regards,
>     Lars

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