From: Walker, Bruce J <bruce.walker@hp...> - 2003-03-13 16:32:00
Great work. I'll try to get it tested on IA-32, on at
least a 4-node cluster.
You also had some fstab changes that aren't finalized?
What can I do to help get that settled for 1.0?
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Subject: [SSI-devel] new checked in code for ipvs[CVIP]
I have checked in the code to make all listen() register with ipvs.
Since I have only two nodes here and that too alpha request i386 users
to test it with better configuration and report bugs. I am not sure i
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On Thu, 2003-03-13 at 22:01, Walker, Bruce J wrote:
> Great work. I'll try to get it tested on IA-32, on at
> least a 4-node cluster.
> You also had some fstab changes that aren't finalized?
> What can I do to help get that settled for 1.0?
Brian was worried about user creating a fstab.ssi file.But that was
solved by using clusterfstab.pl script .
Again redhat startup script uses a option that is not supported by the
mount that we have in cluster-tools. That could be fixed by upgrading
the mount source that we have in cluster-tools ( I haven't got time to
look into this possibly this Sat i will try to see that.).
Another wish list on fstab was to support node range. Right now we have
node=x format. Now for a 24 node cluster with all nodes having swap we
have 24 entries.What Scott Hinchley want to have is to support node
range say node=1-24. I think this can be Post 1.0 feature list.
Other than that i guess every thing is done as far as fstab is