[Linux-cluster] RFC: updating cluster.conf

Lon Hohberger lhh at redhat.com
Mon Jun 23 21:22:02 UTC 2008

On Mon, 2008-06-23 at 21:06 +0100, Jeff Stoner wrote:
> Using a "Augeas-type" tool might look something like the following:
> $ ccs_tool
> > get /files/etc/cluster/cluster.conf/1/name
> wilma
> > set /files/etc/cluster/cluster.conf/1/name fred
> > set /files/etc/cluster/cluster.conf/1/fence_domain/post_join_delay 10
> > save
> > deploy
> Successfully deployed configuration version 97 to cluster "fred"
> > exit
> $

You could use xmlstarlet to accomplish the above, I suppose, but it's
not a shell (rather, a command line utility).

> I absolutely do not want to install X just to use system-config-cluster.

Perfectly reasonable.

> 5. Does it have to be LDAP?


> Can you make it a pluggable architecture w/
> API so we can use whatever backend we want (MySQL/Postgres/SQLite, LDAP,
> Active Directory, DT+BG server*, etc.)?

Yes, that's the plan.  The point was how much effort we should put in to
LDAP vs other things, I suspect; I could be wrong.

-- Lon

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