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Re: [Linux-cluster] Where to go with cman ?



Patrick,
can you describe the steps changed for CVS version compared to those in usage.txt  in order to make gfs2 work? 

Thanks
-Guochun

At 11:56 AM 8/11/2005 +0100, you wrote:
>For those not reading the commit list the ais-based cman is now in CVS - be
>careful with it...
>
>For the moment it downloads a prepackaged/patched version of the openais source
>from my people.redhat.com web site. This /will/ change. In fact the only
>additional patch in there is one Steven posted to the openais mailing list so
>don't think I'm hiding anything!
>        
>There's still a lot of work to do on this code but is basically works with a few
>caveats:
>        
>1. Barriers are completely untested and may not work at all.
>2. Don't start several nodes up at the same time, they might get the same
>   node ID(!) unless you used static node IDs.
>3. The exec path for cmand is hard coded (in the Makefile) to ../daemon/cmand
>   so you must currently always run cman_tool from the dev directory unless
>   you change it.
>4. Broadcast is no longer supported. If you fail to specify a multicast address
>   cman_tool will provide one.
>5. IPv6 is unsupported, I'm going to start on that next!
>6. Error reporting is probably rubbish.
>
>Generally it seems to work. I can certainly get the DLM up with it now.
>-- 
>
>patrick
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