drbd8 2:8.4.3-0ubuntu0.12.04.2 source package in Ubuntu


drbd8 (2:8.4.3-0ubuntu0.12.04.2) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  * d/p/ubuntu-fix-drbdsetup-legacy-path.patch
    Test kernel module version and run the legacy drbdsetup early if
    it is lower than 8.4. Also do not try to be smart about paths for
    the legacy command (newer upstream versions do the same) (LP: #1314289).
  * d/p/ubuntu-compat83-init-script.patch:
    Fix service stop to shut down the resources (LP: #1314289).
  * d/p/ubuntu-compat83-ocf-script.patch:
    Fix pacemaker/corosync startup when running compat mode (LP: #1314289).
  * d/p/ubuntu-fix-drbdadm-version-check.patch:
    Fix compat mode when DRBD_DONT_WARN_ON_VERSION_MISMATCH is set
    (LP: #1314598)
  * d/rules: Create soft-links for compat binaries in /sbin to work
    around the tools looking for compat binaries in their own path
    when called with full path (LP: #1314289).
 -- Stefan Bader <email address hidden>   Wed, 30 Apr 2014 15:20:23 +0200

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drbd8-utils: RAID 1 over tcp/ip for Linux utilities

 Drbd is a block device which is designed to build high availability
 clusters by providing a virtual shared device which keeps disks in
 nodes synchronised using TCP/IP. This simulates RAID 1 but avoiding
 the use of uncommon hardware (shared SCSI buses or Fibre Channel).
 It is currently limited to fail-over HA clusters.
 This package contains the programs that will control the drbd kernel
 module provided in the Linux kernel.