From: Roger Tsang <roger.tsang@gm...> - 2005-05-25 13:05:55
This is an announcement that the drbd-ssi-1.2.2.tar package is
superceded by the code in CVS. As you know DRBD-SSI is in
development, so you should be aware that you may want to update your
DRBD install from time to time.
You can checkout openssi/drbd module from our CVS repository
OPENSSI-FC or OPENSSI-DB branch.
# cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@...:/cvsroot/ssic-linux login
# cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@...:/cvsroot/ssic-linux co
-r OPENSSI-FC-1-2-STABLE openssi/drbd
FC stands for Fedora Core. DB stands for Debian.
Hopefully I'll be able to update the drbd tarball along with the next
SSI-1.2 release, but for now CVS is your best bet.
From: Roger Tsang <roger.tsang@gm...> - 2005-06-23 02:50:44
The latest DRBD-SSI tarball has been uploaded to
Various OpenSSI related improvements and bug fixes have been
integrated into this release. Depending on your hardware this can be
suitable for up to medium sized web/database clusters. To see the
kind of load DRBD can handle go see [http://www.drbd.org] the original
So far this, combined with OpenSSI, remains to be the only HA shared
root solution for Linux clustering without requiring
external/dedicated shared storage.
Enjoy while this beta lasts. ;-) It works good for me.
ps. You need to tune DRBD to get performance. The default settings
may not be sufficient.
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