The cluster team and its community are proud to announce the
3.0.0.alpha2 release from the STABLE3 branch.
The development cycle for 3.0.0 is about to end. With the new STABLE3
branch that will collect only bug fixes and minimal update required to
build on top of the latest upstream kernel, we are getting closer and
closer to a shiny new stable release.
Everybody with test equipment and time to spare, is highly encouraged to
download, install and test the 3.0.0.alpha2 releases and more important
report problems. This is the time for people to make a difference and
help us testing as much as possible.
In order to build the 3.0.0.alpha1 release you will need:
- corosync svn r1709.
- openais svn r1667.
- linux kernel (2.6.27) - Porting to newer kernel is in progress.
Would you like to meet the cluster team or members of its community?
Join us on IRC (irc.freenode.net #linux-cluster) and share your
experience with other sysadministrators or power users.
Under the hood (from 3.0.0.alpha1):
Bob Peterson (1):
gfs: improve gfs_fsck rindex repair code
Christine Caulfield (5):
cman: drastically improve startup errors
cman: fix cman_tool join return code
cman: make 'cman_tool leave -w' wait until cman has shut down
cman: Return an error if 'cman_tool leave' is attempted during
cman: let 'cman-tool leave -w' wait even if shutdown has already
David Teigland (3):
dlm_tool: lockdebug using new debugfs file
dlm_tool: change to new debugfs scan
dlm_tool: add -s option to summarize lockdebug output