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Re: [Cluster-devel] rind-0.8.1 patch

On Wed, 2008-02-06 at 10:03 +0100, Marc Grimme wrote:
> On Tuesday 05 February 2008 18:58:25 Lon Hohberger wrote:

> > <events search_path="/usr/share/cluster:/usr/local/cluster:..." />
> >    <!-- for example -->
> >    ...
> > </events>

> Ah got it. I wasn't aware of evalfile. But wouldn't filetags work around the 
> searchpath problem and being pretty easy to implement?

I don't see searchpaths as a problem, and in fact, I might not have to
fix it anyway (yay!).  Turns out, this works, too (I thought it didn't
for some reason):



  define lon_function()
    printf("Hello, world!\n");


  define foo_function()

> > (However, I don't consider this critical...)
> It's not critical but could help make the development of those sl-files more 
> general.

Given that absolute paths also work, does this satisfy the requirement?
I really can't see adding more parsing code for something S-Lang already

I mean, it's not -that- hard to add, but it's kind of pointless to do:

    <file "/rgmanager/slang-scripts/foo1.sl"/>
    <file "/rgmanager/slang-scripts/foo2.sl"/>

instead of:


> > Note that the reason I was calling external scripts is because there's a
> > limit in ccsd on the amount of data you can get back from ccs_get() -
> > it's a couple hundred bytes.  So, embedding an entire script won't work,
> > but a shorty script like the one you made should work.
> And you can independently develop sl-scripts from the cluster.conf. So you 
> don't need a new version number anytime you change the sl-file. Besides you 
> could build up libraries (on example is follow-service) to be used general.

That's also a benefit (and using evalfile() in your code instead of
embedding the equivalent in cluster.conf also is coincides with this).

> > > +               if (membership->cml_members[i].cn_member > 0 &&
> > > But I'm not sure if this is right. For me it worked perfectly well ;-) .
> >
> > That's strange... I'll look at that.  That *needs* to work. :)
> Right that should not be a difference shouldn't it. ;-)

Definitely not. :)

One thing I think's missing is intelligence about event collapsing in
default_event_handler.  For example, if a service fails and you restart
it, but restart fails, so you move it to another node (all in a single
event handler execution), we get 5-ish events for that:

 * failure event
 * stopped event
 * start event
 * stopped event
 * start event

The middle 3 events become irrelevant.  We could fix it in
default_event_script.sl by checking the current state and if the current
state doesn't match the event, throwing it out.  (I think throwing them
out for user-defined event scripts is a bad idea, however, which is why
I suggested changing it in default_event_handler).

This could also be a good 'library' function (as could several of the
functions in default_event_handler.sl).

-- Lon

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