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Re: [Linux-cluster] wireshark dissector for DLM

> > Hi,
> > 
> > I've submitted a patch to dissect communications between DLM3 nodes.
> > The patch is not accepted as part of wireshark.
> > However, I hope the patch itself may be useful for you.
> > So I'd like to introduce the page where I submitted the patch.
> > 
> > http://bugs.wireshark.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2084
> That's nice work, thank you !
> Has it been refused for inclusion or are they just wanting some minor
> points changed? It looks like the latter to me. It would be great if
> this could be included with a wireshark release, building it yourself
> can be a bit of an adventure ;)

Now the patch is accepted. So you don't have to apply the patch
by yourself. However, you have to build by yourself.

For trying the patch:

     (1) install autotools, svn, gcc and pcap library to your system.
     (2) do 
     	 $ svn co http://anonsvn.wireshark.org/wireshark/trunk/ wireshark
     (3) do
         $ cd wireshark; ./autogen.sh; ./configure; make; ./wireshark
     (4) touch /mnt-where-gfs-is-mounted/something-file

If GUI labels explaining the protocol is broken or not good, 
please, let me know. 

Which protocol you want to dissect next?
totem? udp:5405 may be the target.

    # Please read the openais.conf.5 manual page

    totem {
	    version: 2
	    secauth: off
	    threads: 0
	    interface {
		    ringnumber: 0
		    mcastport: 5405

    logging {
	    debug: off
	    timestamp: on

    amf {
	    mode: disabled

I'd like to provide dissectors for all protocols used in RHCS and
GFS. The dissectors may be useful for shooting troubles and
understanding the software.  However, I have limited time to hack, so
I have to prioritize protocols. Inputs are welcome.

Masatake YAMATO

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