Re: ITP kimberlite - was Re: High Availability..
Quoting Russell Coker <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Thursday 28 December 2000 17:23, Michael Boman wrote:
> > Nate Duehr wrote:
> > > On Fri, Oct 06, 2000 at 01:13:50PM +0200, Roger Abrahamsson wrote:
> > > > Hello..
> > > > Has anyone tried to set up any such debian systems?? I'm thinking
> > > > trying to set up two machines sharing the same raid disksystem as
> > > > NFS server with some sort of ip-takeover between them.. There are
> > > > several things I'm seeing as possible problems, one is NFS file
> > > > locking, and another is two RAID cards accessing the same disk
> > > > subsystem...
> > > >
> > > > Any suggestions and comments are welcome, as this is totally new
> > > > territory to me.
> > >
> > > A good starting point for Linux High Availability projects is
> > > www.linux-ha.org -- good pointers/links to various open projects.
> > I also recomend Kimberlite
> > (http://oss.missioncriticallinux.com/kimberlite). Kimberlite is GPL,
> > debian ready (you need to create the .deb's yourself, but that's easy)
> > and is designed to work in a shared disk enviroment.
> Do you have any patches for creating Debian packages for kimberlite? If
> please send them to me.
> I intend to package it. It is under the GPL license. It is a system
> managing clusters of Linux machines.
Unpack the tar-ball, cd the source dir and run "dpkg-buildpackage" and you are
already set =)
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