[Openais] first time install of corosync, openais and pacemaker on ubuntu 9.04
Fabio M. Di Nitto
fdinitto at redhat.com
Fri Nov 6 12:33:55 PST 2009
Mike Peachey wrote:
> Frank DiMeo wrote:
>> I’m just getting started with open source HA and have built and
>> installed corosync (1.1.0) and openais (1.1.0) on a ubuntu 9.04 distro.
>> I then followed the instructions at
>> http://www.clusterlabs.org/wiki/DebianCorosync to build and install:
>> cluster-glue, agents and pacemaker.
>> I intend to try using corosync, openais, and pacemaker, so my question
>> is: do I really need to have built and installed the cluster-glue and
>> agents? In my reading, it seems like heartbeat and openais are now peer
>> entities, so I’m not sure what the heartbeat components do in a system
>> made up of corosync, openais, and pacemaker.
>> Any advice?
> Pacemaker depends on corosync.
> OpenAIS is optional, but recommended,
> Corosync and OpenAIS depend on Cluster Resource Agents.
Neither corosync or openais depend on cluster resource agents.
Openais Depends on corosync.
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