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[Linux-cluster] Debian cluster suite packages



Hi,

root haven:~# mkqdisk -c /dev/sdb1 -l qdisk
mkqdisk v2.03.09

Writing new quorum disk label 'qdisk' to /dev/sdb1.
WARNING: About to destroy all data on /dev/sdb1; proceed [N/y] ? y
Warning: Initializing previously initialized partition
Initializing status block for node 1...
Initializing status block for node 2...
Initializing status block for node 3...
Initializing status block for node 4...
Initializing status block for node 5...
Initializing status block for node 6...
Initializing status block for node 7...
Initializing status block for node 8...
Initializing status block for node 9...
Initializing status block for node 10...
Initializing status block for node 11...
Initializing status block for node 12...
Initializing status block for node 13...
Initializing status block for node 14...
Initializing status block for node 15...
Initializing status block for node 16...
root haven:~# qdiskd -fd
[15191] debug: Loading configuration information
[15191] debug: Heuristic: 'ping iscsi-target -c1 -t2' score=1 interval=2 tko=3
[15191] debug: 1 heuristics loaded
[15191] debug: Quorum Daemon: 1 heuristics, 1 interval, 10 tko, 1 votes
[15191] debug: Run Flags: 00000034
[15191] crit: Specified device /dev/sdb1 does match kernel's reported sector size (0 != -1)
root haven:~#

I *think* that this is an old bug which was fixed in January here:
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=470553

However. I'm using the latest Debian Lenny packaged version of the
various cluster suite tools:

root haven:~# dpkg -l|grep 'Red Hat cluster suite'
ii  cman                                 2.20081102-1               Red Hat cluster suite - cluster manager
ii  gfs2-tools                           2.20081102-1               Red Hat cluster suite - global file system 2
ii  libcman2                             2.20081102-1               Red Hat cluster suite - cluster manager libr
ii  libdlm2                              2.20081102-1               Red Hat cluster suite - distributed lock man
root haven:~#

So. I have two questions.

1.) Am I seeing the bug which was fixed by that bugzilla report?
2.) Does anyone know where I can get some newer Debian packages? I
*could* roll my own if necessary but I'm hoping I don't have to...

-- 
Mike Cardwell - IT Consultant and LAMP developer
Cardwell IT Ltd. (UK Reg'd Company #06920226) http://cardwellit.com/


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