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[Cluster-devel] cluster WHATS_NEW



CVSROOT:	/cvs/cluster
Module name:	cluster
Branch: 	STABLE
Changes by:	lhh sourceware org	2006-08-16 16:14:11

Modified files:
	.              : WHATS_NEW 

Log message:
	Add rgmanager information to WHAT_NEW, clean up formatting

Patches:
http://sourceware.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/cluster/WHATS_NEW.diff?cvsroot=cluster&only_with_tag=STABLE&r1=1.1.2.13&r2=1.1.2.14

--- cluster/Attic/WHATS_NEW	2006/08/16 15:29:54	1.1.2.13
+++ cluster/Attic/WHATS_NEW	2006/08/16 16:14:11	1.1.2.14
@@ -1,44 +1,65 @@
 Version 1.03.00 - 16 August 2006
 ================================
-  dlm-kernel: Don't try to unlock a lock if there's no LKB. bz#188525
-  cman-kernel: Don't try to delete AUTODELETE barriers in timer context as
-  we can't get the semaphore that protects the structures. bz#177577
-  cman-kernel: If quit_threads gets set via an incoming message, don't try
-  to carry on. bz#164535
-  gfs_fsck: fix to repair damaged and corrupt resource groups and resource
-  group index entries that previously caused gfs_fsck to abort. bz#179069
-  gfs-kernel: allow cman nodeid to be used with CDPN. bz#198381
-  cman-kernel: Don't try to print local node stuff is 'us' is NULL. bz#189605
-  dlm-kernel: We need to allocated space for 5 ints, rather than 4 when
-  sending a query reply. bz#173811
-  cman-kernel: Clear comms sequence number for a node when it leaves the
-  cluster.  Otherwise we ignore messages when it tries to join again and
-  causes cluster mayhem. bz#187777
-  fenced: If there are no devices defined within a node's method, that method
-  should be considered failed. bz#190661
-  gfs-kernel: When releasing a glock with GL_NOCACHE flag set, care was not
-  taken to ensure that only one holder for the glock remained. This was
-  corrupting the glock and preventing further access to the glock. FLOCKS use
-  this GL_NOCACHE flag. bz#191222
-  ccsd: Fix inifinite loop causing hangs in other daemons. bz#194361
-  gfs_fsck: improve logging. bz#156009
-  cman-kernel: If we get a Master-HELLO and we are not the master for this
-  transition then kick off a new one to resolve the ambiguity. bz#194491
-  gnbd: Make gnbd work with device mapper multipath
-  gnbd: Fix gnbd_monitor so that it will correctly restart multiple
-  devices per server.
-  dlm-kernel: add printk's for the error conditions so we have some idea
-  what happened before a gfs panic.
-  cman: Allow zero votes.
-  gfs-kernel: F_GETLK was broken, always used to return zero conflicts
-  for local plocks. Also bogus pid was being returned for local locks.
-  Added a new pid field to gfs posix lock to store and return actual pid.
-  bz#198303
-  rgmanager: nfsclient.sh status checks wrong. bz#200449
-  dlm-kernel: Kernel Oops when passing LKF_CANCEL to dlm_ls_unlock_wait.
-  bz#201325
-  ccsd: don't grab random config from network, require initial cluster.conf
-  gulm: bz#183507
+  ccsd
+   * don't grab random config from network, require initial cluster.conf
+   * Fix inifinite loop causing hangs in other daemons. bz#194361
+  cman
+   * Allow zero votes.
+  cman-kernel
+   * Don't try to delete AUTODELETE barriers in timer context as we can't
+     get the semaphore that protects the structures. bz#177577
+   * If quit_threads gets set via an incoming message, don't try to carry on.
+     bz#164535
+   * Don't try to print local node stuff is 'us' is NULL. bz#189605
+   * Clear comms sequence number for a node when it leaves the cluster. 
+     Otherwise we ignore messages when it tries to join again and causes
+     cluster mayhem. bz#187777
+   * If we get a Master-HELLO and we are not the master for this transition
+     then kick off a new one to resolve the ambiguity. bz#194491
+  dlm-kernel
+   * Don't try to unlock a lock if there's no LKB. bz#188525
+   * We need to allocated space for 5 ints, rather than 4 when sending a
+     query reply. bz#173811
+   * add printk's for the error conditions so we have some idea what
+     happened before a gfs panic.
+   * Kernel Oops when passing LKF_CANCEL to dlm_ls_unlock_wait.  bz#201325
+  fenced
+   * If there are no devices defined within a node's method, that method
+     should be considered failed. bz#190661
+  gfs_fsck
+   * improve logging. bz#156009
+   * fix to repair damaged and corrupt resource groups and resource group
+     index entries that previously caused gfs_fsck to abort. bz#179069
+  gfs-kernel
+   * allow cman nodeid to be used with CDPN. bz#198381
+   * When releasing a glock with GL_NOCACHE flag set, care was not taken to
+     ensure that only one holder for the glock remained. This was corrupting
+     the glock and preventing further access to the glock. FLOCKS use this
+     GL_NOCACHE flag. bz#191222
+   * F_GETLK was broken, always used to return zero conflicts for local
+     plocks. Also bogus pid was being returned for local locks.  Added a new
+     pid field to gfs posix lock to store and return actual pid.  bz#198303
+  gnbd
+   * Make gnbd work with device mapper multipath
+   * Fix gnbd_monitor so that it will correctly restart multiple devices per
+     server.
+  gulm
+   * Retry if initial connections attempts fail.  bz#183507
+  rgmanager
+   * Work around for bz#193128
+   * Enable self-watchdog support (adds a second clurgmgrd process),
+     bz#193247
+   * Apply patch to fix bz#193128 from Navid Sheikhol-Eslami
+   * Allow failover if owner dies while stopping a service.  bz#193255
+   * Fix various clustat related usability & performance problems.
+     bz#185952, bz#175010, bz#182454, bz#190234, bz#190408, bz#192999
+   * Port clumanager's 'lock' operation to rgmanager bz#175010
+   * Various internal performance improvements for large numbers of
+     services.
+   * Implement crude NFS lock reclaim broadcast / reclaim notifications.
+   * Mark services with autostart=0 as 'disabled' instead of 'stopped'.
+   * Add patch from Josef Whiter to implement no-failback option for a given
+     FO domain. bz#189841
 
 Version 1.02.00 - 10 April 2006
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