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Re: RES: cs-deploy-tool (WAS: [Linux-cluster] cs-deploy-gfs)



Leonardo Rodrigues de Mello wrote:

Thanks for the anwsers :-D But I believe beside the fact that conga and cs-deploy-tool share some things in common. cs-deploy-tool has it place for simple and no pain instalation of cluster suite with basic services in one network environment. The point that count for me is that i can get anywhere with my laptop and just with the knowledge of IP numbers and root passwords setup one cluster in 10 minutes or less.
To use conga i need go configure and install zope in one machine, install the agents in the servers that will be in the cluster, configure the zope to see the agents, its more complicated and demands more work for the simple task of cluster instalation and basic initial configuration.

HOLD IT HOLD IT! I have to make an urgent correction to your response above :) Conga requires absolutely NO configuration of zope. In fact, zope is so far beneath the sheets that you will be able to install your OWN default instance of zope, and there will be no interaction with Conga.

After installing the Conga server component, the admin enters the IP addresses of the machines/cluster nodes to be managed just like you do with cs-deploy-tool. There is no other configuration work necessary.

It is true that you will need the agent installed on the machines that you wish to manage. cs-deploy-tool does not use an agent, but rather logs in through an ssh session with the user-provided root password in order to get things set up. cs-deploy-tool is not going away, and your patches are welcome. You can send them to me and I will forward them to Stan Kupcevic who wrote and maintains cs-deploy-tool. Thanks for your involvement, Leonardo.

-J




Conga is one great initiative and complex initiative for managing, deploy, administration, and others thinks for production cluster enviroments. if i need to choose one tool to just deploy cluster suite. i will choose cs-deploy-tool. If i need to manage, and be the administrator of a cluster, of course i will need the power of conga. :-D this long message is just to ask: Can I implement the changes i had proposed in the first message ? if, yes to who i will send they ?

best regards
Leonardo Rodrigues de Mello
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De:	linux-cluster-bounces redhat com em nome de James Parsons
Enviada:	qua 9/8/2006 12:16
Para:	linux clustering
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Assunto:	Re: cs-deploy-tool (WAS: [Linux-cluster] cs-deploy-gfs)

Leonardo Rodrigues de Mello wrote:

sorry, the application name is cs-deploy-tool, not cs-deploy-gfs.
Best Regards
Leonardo Rodrigues de Mello


-----Mensagem original-----
De:	linux-cluster-bounces redhat com em nome de Leonardo Rodrigues de Mello
Enviada:	qua 9/8/2006 12:04
Para:	linux-cluster redhat com
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Assunto:	[Linux-cluster] cs-deploy-gfs

Hi everyone,

Does anyone know what happened with the development of cs-deploy-gfs ? The version in cvs is the lastest version ? There is any improvements since the initial version ? This software was abandoned ?

The functionality available in cs-deploy-tool will be available in a new management interface for clusters and storage called Conga, targetted for RHEL5 and (hopefully) RHEL4.5

-J

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