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Old 10-29-2009, 05:10 PM
Guido Günther
 
Default Bug#553166: closed by Guido Günther ( Bug#553166: redhat-cluster: services are not relocated when a node fails)

Hi Martin,
On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 04:56:17PM +0000, Martin Waite wrote:
> Hi Guido,
>
> I have abandoned using RHCS on Debian Stable. RHCS 2 in Fedora and
> Centos do not have the bug, and unfortunately in my production
> environment I will be tied to using RHCS 2.
>
> I do believe that the bug has gone away in version 3 of RHCS, but
> version 2 of RHCS as supplied by Lenny is virtually useless: it
> cannot handle failover.
>
> As a newcomer to using RHCS, it took a few days to figure out that the
> problems I was having were not caused by my configuration errors (of
> which I had many) but were actually caused by a bug.
>
> Is there some way of either removing the package or providing some
> warning to potential users that it doesn't work ? Marking the bug as
> closed seems inappropriate because it implies that the bug has been
> resolved - which is not true. Would "wont fix" be better ?
The bug is fixed in RHCS 3.0.2 so closing it is apropriate. I wouldn't
object to remove RHCS 2 from Lenny though since I never got anything to
work with RHCS2 either (neither rgmanager nor gfs). I'm cc'ing the
maintainers of the RHCS2 package in Lenny. Is there anybody really using
RHCS 2 in Lenny in production? If not we should remove it.
Cheers,
-- Guido


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Old 10-30-2009, 08:13 AM
Martin Waite
 
Default Bug#553166: closed by Guido Günther ( Bug#553166: redhat-cluster: services are not relocated when a node fails)

Hi Guido

On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 6:10 PM, Guido Günther <agx@sigxcpu.org> wrote:
> Hi Martin,
> On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 04:56:17PM +0000, Martin Waite wrote:
>> Hi Guido,
>>
>> I have abandoned using RHCS on Debian Stable. * RHCS 2 in Fedora and
>> Centos do not have the bug, and unfortunately in my production
>> environment I will be tied to using RHCS 2.
>>
>> I do believe that the bug has gone away in version 3 of RHCS, but
>> version 2 of RHCS as supplied by Lenny is virtually useless: *it
>> cannot handle failover.
>>
>> As a newcomer to using RHCS, it took a few days to figure out that the
>> problems I was having were not caused by my configuration errors (of
>> which I had many) but were actually caused by a bug.
>>
>> Is there some way of either removing the package or providing some
>> warning to potential users that it doesn't work ? * Marking the bug as
>> closed seems inappropriate because it implies that the bug has been
>> resolved - which is not true. * *Would "wont fix" be better ?
> The bug is fixed in RHCS 3.0.2 so closing it is apropriate. I wouldn't
> object to remove RHCS 2 from Lenny though since I never got anything to
> work with RHCS2 either (neither rgmanager nor gfs). I'm cc'ing the
> maintainers of the RHCS2 package in Lenny. Is there anybody really using
> RHCS 2 in Lenny in production? If not we should remove it.
> Cheers,
> *-- Guido
>

On further thought, it is probably best to just leave things as they
are. From exchanges with the linux-cluster mailing list, some people
do use the lenny package - but patch and rebuild the source package
themselves.

Once squeeze is out, the cluster will work again.

Thanks for your help.

regards,
Martin


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