[ClusterLabs] Pacemaker 2.0.0-rc3 now available

digimer lists at alteeve.ca
Mon Apr 30 20:37:22 EDT 2018

Duuuude, nicely done! Looking forward to playing with this when I get back.


On 2018-04-30 07:16 PM, Ken Gaillot wrote:
> Source code for the third release candidate for Pacemaker version
> 2.0.0 is now available at:
> https://github.com/ClusterLabs/pacemaker/releases/tag/Pacemaker-2.0.0-r
> c3
> The main feature of this release is renaming all the Pacemaker daemons
> to help make the documentation and logs easier to follow:
>   attrd    -> pacemaker-attrd ("the attribute manager")
>   cib      -> pacemaker-based ("the CIB manager")
>   crmd     -> pacemaker-controld ("the controller")
>   pengine  -> pacemaker-schedulerd ("the scheduler")
>   stonithd -> pacemaker-fenced ("the fencer")
>   lrmd     -> pacemaker-execd ("the (local) executor")
>   pacemaker_remoted -> pacemaker-remoted ("the remote executor")
> Rolling (live) upgrades are possible only from Pacemaker 1.1.11 or
> later, on top of corosync 2 or 3. Other setups can be upgraded with the
> cluster stopped.
> Due to the pacemaker_remoted name change, special care must be taken if
> doing a rolling upgrade of a cluster with bundles; when used with the
> new Pacemaker, bundles for container images running an older Pacemaker
> should be configured with run-command set to
> /usr/sbin/pacemaker_remoted.
> A number of bugs were fixed, including a regression introduced in
> 1.1.17 related to nodes with mixed-case names. More details are
> available in the change log:
>    https://github.com/ClusterLabs/pacemaker/blob/2.0/ChangeLog
> and in a special wiki page for the 2.0 release:
>    https://wiki.clusterlabs.org/wiki/Pacemaker_2.0_Changes
> I expect only one more release candidate, in about a week, if no bugs
> are reported. The final release will be soon after that.
> Everyone is encouraged to download, compile and test the new release.
> We do many regression tests and simulations, but we can't cover all
> possible use cases, so your feedback is important and appreciated.
> Many thanks to all contributors of source code to this release,
> including Andrew Beekhof, Gao,Yan, Hideo Yamauchi, Jan Pokorný, and Ken
> Gaillot.

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