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== Documentation ==
== Documentation ==
* See [ Cluster Fedora 11 Beats]
== Release Notes ==
== Release Notes ==
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* Stable API's and ABI's
* (more to add vs F11)
== Comments and Discussion ==
== Comments and Discussion ==

Revision as of 19:10, 9 July 2009



Update the corosync/openais/cluster/clvm stack to the latest stable releases. The new upstream versions brings a new and more powerful cluster stack to the end user.


Current status

  • Targeted release: Fedora 29
  • Last updated: 9 Jul 2009
  • Percentage of completion: 99%

Detailed Description

Upstream has been developing the new version of the stack with several goals in mind, including better scalability, higher perfomance, increased reliability, more hardware support, and lays down the path of better integration with other cluster solutions (such as heartbeat and pacemaker) by sharing the same core compoments.

Benefit to Fedora


How To Test

User Experience


  • lvm2-cluster
  • asterisk (openais plugin)
  • qpidc (corosync libcpg user)

All packagers and upstreams have been informed upfront and worked together to achieve this goal.

All changes are already part of the Fedora archive as rawhide build 9 Jul 2009 (rawhide report: 20090709 changes confirms).

Contingency Plan

None necessary


Release Notes

  • Stable API's and ABI's
  • (more to add vs F11)

Comments and Discussion