pacemaker 2.0.1-4ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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pacemaker (2.0.1-4ubuntu1) eoan; urgency=medium

   * Merge from Debian unstable.  Remaining changes:
    - d/control: Demote fence-agents to Suggests, avoiding main
      inclusion.
    - debian/patches/pacemaker_is_partof_corosync.patch: Default systemd
      unit hard-requires corosync.
      + Debian disagrees in Debian bug 887563 message 36. We could revert back
        to Debian's behaviour, but keeping the patch in this merge maintains
        existing behaviour for Ubuntu users pending any separate future
        decision.

pacemaker (2.0.1-4) unstable; urgency=high

  * [54ace53] Fix check for already present statoverride.
    When adding flexible modes in 2.0.1-3 (3c7b0b4), I accidentally broke
    the check, and the breakage led to piupart failures.  (Closes: #928841)
  * High urgency due to the security fix in the not yet migrated 2.0.1-3.

pacemaker (2.0.1-3) unstable; urgency=high

  * [20ccd21] Shorten and explain the autopkgtest wait
  * [3c7b0b4] Ship /var/log/pacemaker, the new default directory of the detail
    logs.
    Without this directory the default configuration emits errors and the
    detail log is simply not written.
    The /var/log/pacemaker.log* detail log files from Pacemaker 1 are not
    moved automatically on upgrade, but this new /var/log/pacemaker
    directory and its contents are removed when purging pacemaker-common.
    The owner and mode of the log directory is set to let clients like
    crm_resource --force-start running as any user in the haclient group
    write their messages into the detail log.  The logrotate config relies
    on these settings as well.
  * [21a4325] Drop a build patch: libtransitioner does not use liblrmd since
    092281b
  * [920ca93] Apply upstream security pull request #1749.
    Cumulative patchset to fix CVE-2019-3885, CVE-2018-16877, CVE-2018-16878
    + additional unmasked null pointer deref
    1. CVE-2018-16877: Insufficient local IPC client-server authentication
       on the client's side can lead to local privesc.  A local attacker
       could use this flaw, and combine it with other IPC weaknesses, to
       achieve local privilege escalation.
    2. CVE-2018-16878: Insufficient verification inflicted preference of
       uncontrolled processes can lead to DoS.
    3. CVE-2019-3885: A use-after-free defect was discovered in pacemaker
       that can possibly lead to unsolicited information disclosure in the
       log outputs.
    The Travis CI fix also in the GitHub pull request was omitted here.
    (Closes: #927714)
  * [501e5bb] We've got exactly two daemons
  * [c0f7339] Move to debhelper compat level 12.
    To avoid #887904: dh_installsystemd will unmask services *after* an
    attempt to start them, leaving them stopped upon re-installation.
    Pacemaker is not affected by any other changes between compat level 11
    and 12, because we disable dh_dwz anyway (currently it isn't compatible
    with libqb).

 -- Gianfranco Costamagna <email address hidden>  Mon, 13 May 2019 12:11:35 +0200

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Binary packages built by this source

libcib-dev: transitional package

 This is a transitional package. It can safely be removed.

libcib27: cluster resource manager CIB library

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the Cluster Information Base library.

libcib27-dbgsym: debug symbols for libcib27
libcrmcluster-dev: transitional package

 This is a transitional package. It can safely be removed.

libcrmcluster29: cluster resource manager cluster library

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the cluster library.

libcrmcluster29-dbgsym: debug symbols for libcrmcluster29
libcrmcommon-dev: transitional package

 This is a transitional package. It can safely be removed.

libcrmcommon34: cluster resource manager common library

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the common library.

libcrmcommon34-dbgsym: debug symbols for libcrmcommon34
libcrmservice-dev: transitional package

 This is a transitional package. It can safely be removed.

libcrmservice28: cluster resource manager service library

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the service library.

libcrmservice28-dbgsym: debug symbols for libcrmservice28
liblrmd-dev: transitional package

 This is a transitional package. It can safely be removed.

liblrmd28: cluster resource manager LRMD library

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the Local Resource Manager Daemon library.

liblrmd28-dbgsym: debug symbols for liblrmd28
libpe-rules26: cluster resource manager Policy Engine rules library

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the Policy Engine rules library.

libpe-rules26-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpe-rules26
libpe-status28: cluster resource manager Policy Engine status library

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the Policy Engine status library.

libpe-status28-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpe-status28
libpengine-dev: transitional package

 This is a transitional package. It can safely be removed.

libpengine27: cluster resource manager Policy Engine library

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the Policy Engine library.

libpengine27-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpengine27
libstonithd-dev: transitional package

 This is a transitional package. It can safely be removed.

libstonithd26: cluster resource manager STONITH daemon library

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the STONITH daemon library.

libstonithd26-dbgsym: debug symbols for libstonithd26
libtransitioner25: cluster resource manager transitioner library

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the transitioner library.

libtransitioner25-dbgsym: debug symbols for libtransitioner25
pacemaker: cluster resource manager

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the Pacemaker daemons directly interacting with
 the cluster stack.

pacemaker-cli-utils: cluster resource manager command line utilities

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains those command line utilities of the Pacemaker
 cluster manager which work on remote nodes as well.

pacemaker-cli-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for pacemaker-cli-utils
pacemaker-common: cluster resource manager common files

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains common infrastructure and data files for the
 Pacemaker daemons and utilities.

pacemaker-dbgsym: debug symbols for pacemaker
pacemaker-dev: cluster resource manager development

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the headers and other necessary files to build
 applications or libraries that use the Pacemaker libraries.

pacemaker-doc: cluster resource manager HTML documentation

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains
  * the Pacemaker API documentation generated by Doxygen,
  * the Clusters from Scratch book,
  * the Pacemaker Administration book,
  * the Pacemaker Development book,
  * the Pacemaker Explained book and
  * the Pacemaker Remote book.

pacemaker-remote: cluster resource manager proxy daemon for remote nodes

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains the Pacemaker proxy daemon, which simulates cluster
 services on a node not running the cluster stack. Such "remote" nodes can
 run resources but don't participate in the quorum. This package is
 mutually exclusive with Pacemaker proper.

pacemaker-remote-dbgsym: debug symbols for pacemaker-remote
pacemaker-resource-agents: cluster resource manager general resource agents

 At its core, Pacemaker is a distributed finite state
 machine capable of co-ordinating the startup and recovery of inter-related
 services across a set of machines.
 .
 Pacemaker understands many different resource types (OCF, SYSV, systemd) and
 can accurately model the relationships between them (colocation, ordering).
 .
 It can even use technology such as Docker to automatically isolate the
 resources managed by the cluster.
 .
 This package contains Pacemaker resource agents not requiring access
 to the cluster stack, thus also usable by the remote daemon.