pacemaker 2.0.4-2ubuntu3.2 source package in Ubuntu

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pacemaker (2.0.4-2ubuntu3.2) groovy; urgency=medium

  * d/rules: Rebuild with QB_KILL_ATTRIBUTE_SECTION to overcome a problem in
    libqb (LP: #1915828)

 -- Dariusz Gadomski <email address hidden>  Thu, 04 Mar 2021 10:52:40 +0100

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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
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
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
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
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
libpacemaker1: cluster resource manager utility 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 utility library resulting from the merge
 of libpengine and libtransitioner.

libpacemaker1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpacemaker1
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
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
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.