[Linux-cluster] KNowing CLuster Version..
Singh Raina, Ajeet
ajeet.singh.raina at logica.com
Mon Jul 14 12:40:27 UTC 2008
What do you think this cluster version speak of :
[root at BL02DL385 ~]# rpm -qa cman
[root at BL02DL385 ~]# rpm -qa ccsd
[root at BL02DL385 ~]# rpm -qa ccs
[root at BL02DL385 ~]# rpm -qa rgmanager
[root at BL02DL385 ~]# rpm -qa GFS
[root at BL02DL385 ~]# rpm -qa GFS-module-smp
[root at BL02DL385 ~]# rpm -qa gulm
[root at BL02DL385 ~]# rpm -qa system-config-cluster
[root at BL02DL385 ~]#
From: linux-cluster-bounces at redhat.com
[mailto:linux-cluster-bounces at redhat.com] On Behalf Of Christine
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2008 6:06 PM
To: linux clustering
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] KNowing CLuster Version..
Singh Raina, Ajeet wrote:
> How can I know which cluster I have installed my system with.
> I can see the version through system-config-cluster > Help.And it
> I don't even see any entry in cluster.conf which shows the cluster
It rather depends on what you actually need to know. the first line of
"cman_tool status" shows the cman protocol version. This translates as
5.x.x RHEL4 aka Cluster1
6.x.x RHEL5 aha Cluster2
But cluster3 also uses 6.x.x because we are aiming at backward
compatibility from cluster 2 to cluster3.
"cluster" is a collection of components and they all have their own
versions depending on which updates have been applied to which
components. The only way to be totally precise about which "cluster"
version you have is to list the RPM or DEB version numbers of the
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