On Thu, 2007-01-11 at 03:34 -0800, krishnamurthi G wrote:
> Hi Frieds,
> Is there any ways to find cluster version (if it is !).
> Problem: The cluster specific commands/paths/command outputs have been
changed/changing completely from RHEL 2.1 to 2.4 to 2.6.
> I am working on a project where I need support for all
> version/releases, some how I need to find cluster version if available
> so that I can parse accordingly.
> Temporary Work around: The cluster config file is unique for different
> RHEL releases.
> e.g RHEL 2.1 "/etc/cluster.xml"
> RHEL 2.4 "/etc/cluster.conf"
> RHEL 2.6 "/etc/cluster/cluster.conf"
> Check this config file and identify cluster type.
RHEL 2.1: /etc/cluster.conf
Why not just do 'rpm -q redhat-release'? I'm curious; why does the
cluster version matter: are you manipulating cluster.[xml|conf]
directly? If so, you'll need to do a few extra
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