[Linux-cluster] www.openais.org disappeared: from where to donwload openais?
sdake at redhat.com
Fri Mar 13 19:48:22 UTC 2009
On Fri, 2009-03-13 at 19:59 +0100, Kadlecsik Jozsef wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Mar 2009, Steven Dake wrote:
> > > The last whitetank branch which can be downloaded from freshmeat/osdl.org
> > > is openais-0.80.4.tar.gz. However that release has got a backward
> > > compatibility bug, see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=487214.
> > >
> > > So, is there a way to donwload openais-0.80.5.tar.gz (or
> > > openais-0.80.5-4.el5_4) from somewhere?
> > >
> > The rpm openais-0.80.5-4 is not available.
> > openais-0.80.5 has a backward compatibility issue as well because of the
> > backport of the confdb system. You can always obtain the latest sources
> > from svn via:
> > svn checkout http://svn.fedorahosted.org/svn/openais/branches/whitetank
> > commits on whitetank are very locked down so the source should be fairly
> > safe for your use. You might be able to obtain a backwards compat
> > version by reverting confdb:
> > home/whitetank: svn diff -r 1709:1710 | patch -p0 --reverse
> > home/whitetank: svn diff -r 1713:1714 | patch -p0 --reverse
> Thank you the info!
> We are in the mid of an upgrade from openais-0.80.3 and cluster-2.01.00 to
> openais-0.80.4 and cluster-2.03.11 in a five node cluster. A single test
> node is upgraded to openais-0.80.4/cluster-2.03.11 and it almost works:
> sometimes the upgraded node just starts up fine, but mostly cman fails
> due to aisexec. However if cman is restarted, then it works OK.
> If it's just a backward compatibility issue and we'd know in advance that
> all the other nodes can safely be upgraded (with starting cman two times),
> then that's OK. Or do you suggest to go with whitetank from svn, the two
> patches above reverted?
openais-0.80.3 from tarball has around 80 defects. I'd recommend using
the latest svn with the confdb patches reverted.
openais-0.80.6 should be released within the next 30 days with confdb
backward compat and a possible defect in the cpg system under certain
testing done in the community.
I'd like to stress we really lock down source commits in whitetank
(0.80.x) to ensure high code quality since it has thousands of field
deployments and even little defects can have dreadful effects.
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