It took a little longer than expected, but the latest 1.0 maintenance release (1.0.4) is finally available.
Apart from a number of important bug fixes, the latest release is the first to include comprehensive man-pages for all CLI tools. These are generated from the source code using help2man and so are guaranteed to be accurate.
Unfortunately for RHEL and CentOS users, those distros don’t ship help2man and
so the man pages are not available on those platforms. However one can obtain
the same information using the
Packages for Pacemaker 1.0 and it’s immediate dependancies can be downloaded for openSUSE, SLES, Fedora, RHEL, CentOS and Mandriva (Debian users read on) from the usual location: http://software.opensuse.org/download/server:/ha-clustering
and the source can be obtained from: http://hg.clusterlabs.org/pacemaker/stable-1.0/archive/Pacemaker-1.0.4.tar.bz2
General installation instructions are available at: http://clusterlabs.org/wiki/Install
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Yours truly will be on vacation for the second half of this month, so the next release will be in late July.
The build issues for RHEL-4 have finally been sorted out and binary packages are one again available from the build service.
NEW! “Real” Debian Packages
By happy co-incidence, courtesy of Martin Loschwitz from LINBIT, the 1.0.4 release sees the arrival of a fully functional, “official”, repository from which to obtain Pacemaker.
Martin’s work replaces the sort-of-worked-sort-of-didnt packages from the openSUSE build service which have now been disabled.
Too install packages for Lenny or Sid (Etch should be available “soon”) see the following instructions:
- Add one of the following lines to
/etc/apt/sources.list` deb http://people.debian.org/~madkiss/ha lenny main deb http://people.debian.org/~madkiss/ha sid main `
- Retrieve the package metadata with:
- Install either the OpenAIS or Heartbeat version:
apt-get install pacemaker-openais
apt-get install pacemaker-heartbeat
Changes of note
- High: ais: bnc#488291 - don’t rely on byte endianness on ptr cast
- High: Tools: bnc#507255 - crm: import properly rsc/op_defaults
- High: Tools: lf#2114 - crm: add support for operation instance attributes
- High: ais: Bug lf#2126 - Messages replies cannot be routed to transient clients
- High: attrd: Support the value++ and value+=… syntax required for failcounts
- High: cib: Fix huge memory leak affecting heartbeat-based clusters
- High: Core: Generate the help text directly from a tool options struct
- High: crmd: Bug lf#2120 - All transient node attribute updates need to go via attrd
- High: crmd: Fix another large memory leak affecting Heartbeat based clusters
- High: PE: Bug bnc#495687 - Filesystem is not notified of successful STONITH under some conditions
- High: PE: Make running a cluster with STONITH enabled but no STONITH resources an error and provide details on resolutions
- High: PE: Prevent use-of-NULL when using resource ordering sets
- High: Tools: attrd - Prevent race condition resulting in the cluster forgetting node’s wish to shut down
- High: Tools: crm_mon - Fix smtp notifications
- High: Tools: crm_resource - Repair the ability to query meta attributes
- Medium: Core: Include supported stacks in version information
- Medium: Tools: Include current stack in crm_mon output
- Medium: PE: Correctly log the actions for resources that are being recovered
- Medium: PE: Correctly log the occurance of promotion events