On Thu, 2009-01-15 at 05:48 +0100, Dennis J. wrote:
On 01/14/2009 09:03 PM, Fabio M. Di Nitto wrote:
>> After having the problems with system-config-cluster I tried Conga as the
>> alternative route for configuration but "luci" seems to have gone
>> According to http://sourceware.org/cluster/conga/
Conga wasn't part of F7
>> and F8 because of python compat. issues. Is this the reason that luci isn't
>> part of F10?
> conga/luci and modules are there from F9. I have updates some of those
> builds myself so I am sure they are there.
But where exactly are they? I've tried finding packages like "*luci*" and
"*conga*" with yum. I looked into the packages you mentioned previously
(modcluster, ricci, cluster-snmp and cluster-cim). I tried a repoquery for
"*luci*", "*Luci*", "*conga*" and "*Conga*" but
none of the resulting
packages have anything to do with clustering.
Of course you can change i386 to whatever architecture you are running.
*conga* and *luci* are project name and one of the component names of
the above packages and they are mentioned in the package description.
> Well some of them are valid issues, others are old/not updated
> documentation that is still at RHEL5 level. Things have been evolving a
> lot in the meantime and generally new docs are generated when a new
> stable upstream release happens. So far (since RHEL5/STABLE2) there have
> been no new major stable releases (with 3.0.0 upcoming in a couple of
> months just for F11). So you are looking into a transition phase of the
> software and expect to be everything already settled.
Apparently my timing for diving into this was a bit unfortunate. A bit
earlier and I would have found things to be closer to the current
documentation on the web.
A bit later and the documentation probably would
have reflected the current state of things more.
I have asked people to start updating some of the conga web site
information already in my previous email.
Thanks for the pointers so far. That information definitely helped to clear
some of the confusion surrounding the current state of cluster related
technologies in fedora for a newbie like me.
You want to spend a few minutes on our mailing list archive to read the
goals for next generation cluster (the ones _after_ F11) as all our
stacks (Novell - pacemaker, Oracle - ocfs2-tools and Red Hat cluster)
will converge into one, killing the whole decision problem at the root.
I am sure you will be interested in that process as well.