[ClusterLabs] Pacemaker 2.0.0 has been released
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Mon Jul 9 09:50:53 EDT 2018
On 2018-07-06 07:24 PM, Ken Gaillot wrote:
> I am very happy to announce that source code for the final release of
> Pacemaker version 2.0.0 is now available at:
> The main goal of the change from Pacemaker 1 to 2 is to drop support
> for deprecated legacy usage, in order to make the code base more
> maintainable going into the future.
> Rolling (live) upgrades are possible only from Pacemaker 1.1.11 or
> later, on top of corosync 2 or later. Other setups can be upgraded with
> the cluster stopped.
> If upgrading an existing cluster, it is recommended to run "cibadmin --
> upgrade" (or the equivalent in your higher-level tool of choice) both
> before and after the upgrade.
> Extensive details about the changes in this release are available in
> the change log:
> and in a special wiki page for the 2.0 release:
> * Support has been dropped for heartbeat and corosync 1 (whether using
> CMAN or plugin), and many legacy aliases for cluster options (including
> default-resource-stickiness, which should be set as resource-
> stickiness in rsc_defaults instead).
> * The logs should be a little more user-friendly. The Pacemaker daemons
> have been renamed for easier log searching. The default location of the
> Pacemaker detail log is now /var/log/pacemaker/pacemaker.log, and
> Pacemaker will no longer use Corosync's logging preferences.
> * The master XML tag is deprecated (though still supported) in favor of
> using the standard clone tag with a new "promotable" meta-attribute set
> to true. The "master-max" and "master-node-max" master meta-attributes
> are deprecated in favor of new "promoted-max" and "promoted-node-max"
> clone meta-attributes. Documentation now refers to these as promotable
> clones rather than master/slave, stateful or multistate clones.
> * The record-pending option now defaults to true, which means pending
> actions will be shown in status displays.
> * The "Pacemaker Explained" document has grown large enough that topics
> related to cluster administration have been moved to their own new
> document, "Pacemaker Administration":
> Many thanks to all contributors of source code to this release,
> including Andrew Beekhof, Bin Liu, Bruno Travouillon, Gao,Yan, Hideo
> Yamauchi, Jan Pokorný, Ken Gaillot, and Klaus Wenninger.
Huge congrats to all!!
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