From: En Chiang Lee <en-chiang.lee@hp...> - 2004-07-28 13:50:42
At last, OpenSSI has turned 1.0.0!! This release is mostly
unchanged from the 1.0.0-rc6 release, apart from a few minor
bug fixes. Bug #986537, involving SEM_UNDO and nodedown, was
fixed. The process loadleveling algorithm better handles
different numbers of CPUs on each node. File locking with
fcntl now works for O_LARGEFILE files. The mklocalfile
command now sets the correct owner/group on the CDSLs that
As always, you can find this new release on OpenSSI.org.
Here are the release notes:
At last, OpenSSI has turned 1.0.0!!
This release is mostly unchanged from the 1.0.0-rc6 release.
It just has a few minor bug fixes.
Keerthi Bhushan fixed bug #986537 so that SEM_UNDO is
performed for processes that are lost due to nodes going
Laura Ramirez improved the process loadleveling algorithm to
better handle clusters with different numbers of CPUs on
David Zafman enabled fcntl file locking for O_LARGEFILE
files, which are files larger than 2GB.
Aneesh enhanced mklocalfile so that it sets the correct
owner and group on the Context Dependent Symbolic Link
("CDSL") that it uses to transparently point at a different
version of the file on each node.
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