[ClusterLabs] Regressions found in 1.1.14

Ken Gaillot kgaillot at redhat.com
Thu Mar 24 12:48:56 EDT 2016

A couple of regressions have been found in the pacemaker 1.1.14 release
that may affect some users.

Commit 0fe7a4dd introduced a scalability regression. If the compressed
CIB is greater than 1MB in size, pacemaker previously took advantage of
libqb support for larger sizes if available. The regression
inadvertently blocked that capability. This has been fixed by commits
eff10246 and b2c591ed.

Commit 8b98a9b2 introduced a bug where if an unseen node is fenced, and
remains unseen after the fence, it will still (incorrectly) be
considered unclean, causing a fence loop. This has been fixed by commit

Packagers and users compiling from source are recommended to backport
those commits as patches, or use the latest master branch head, which
includes less significant bugfixes as well and is believed to be stable.

These will of course be fixed in the future 1.1.15 release.
Ken Gaillot <kgaillot at redhat.com>

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