corosync-qdevice 3.0.0-4 source package in Ubuntu


corosync-qdevice (3.0.0-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * [c680521] Revert "Require pacemaker for qdevice autopkgtest"
    The actual bug is the Corosync daemon not running after installation,
    which was fixed by switching to Debhelper compatibility level 12 in the
    3.0.1-2 upload of Corosync.

 -- Ferenc W√°gner <email address hidden>  Mon, 04 Feb 2019 00:33:24 +0100

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Debian DRBD Maintainers on 2019-02-04
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Debian DRBD Maintainers
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corosync-qdevice: cluster engine quorum device daemon

 corosync-qdevice is a daemon running on each node of a cluster. It provides
 a configured number of votes to the quorum subsystem based on a third-party
 arbitrator's decision. Its primary use is to allow a cluster to sustain more
 node failures than standard quorum rules allow. It is recommended for clusters
 with an even number of nodes and highly recommended for 2 node clusters.

corosync-qdevice-dbgsym: debug symbols for corosync-qdevice
corosync-qnetd: cluster engine quorum device network daemon

 Corosync-qnetd is a daemon running outside of the cluster with the purpose
 of providing a vote to the corosync-qdevice model net. It's designed to
 support multiple clusters and be almost configuration and state free.
 New clusters are handled dynamically and no configuration file exists.
 It's also able to run as non-root user - which is recommended.
 Connection between the corosync-qdevice model net client can be optionally
 configured with TLS client certificate checking. The communication protocol
 between server and client is designed to be very simple and allow
 backwards compatibility.

corosync-qnetd-dbgsym: debug symbols for corosync-qnetd