Tag Archives: corosync

Clustering : corosync v2.3.0 & resource-agents-3.9.4

Some new stuff related to clustering are now available on portage ! Here are the highlights.

crmsh-1.2.4

  • better pacemaker-1.1.8 compatibility
  • fine tuning history and regression fixes

resource-agents-3.9.4

Oh yes I’ve been slacking on that one but it’s finally here ! As a reminder this huge bump (1.0.4 -> 3.9.4) is the result of the upstream merge from the pacemaker and rgmanager resource agents developments. This is reflected by a new rgmanager USE flag for those who want to install those resources.

  • zabbixserver : new resource agent
  • IPaddr2: partial rewrite and support for IPv6
  • iscsi: support for auto recovery and performance improvements
  • tools: replace the findif binary by findif.sh

See the full changelog.

corosync-1.4.5 and corosync-2.3.0

The next releases of the flatiron and needle branches of corosync are rich of bug fixes, man updated and performance improvements. I wasn’t able to find the proper changelog pages but you can have a look here where a bunch of the fixes are listed.

Clustering : corosync v1.4.3 & pacemaker v1.1.7 released

I’ve finally taken the time to take care of the corosync and pacemaker ebuilds. The new versions are now available in portage.

Corosync 1.4.3 (10/04/2012)

This is one of the last supported old stable release of the Corosync Cluster Engine. FYI, I’ve also bumped the new corosync-2.0.0 version but it needs more testing before I hard-unmask it.

Pacemaker 1.1.7 (28/03/12)

This is a bug fix release of Pacemaker. See the changelog for details.

Special thanks to my fellow Gentoo Linux developer Kacper Kowalik (xarthisius) for his help on these bumps.