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“redhat-cluster” 3.0.2-2ubuntu3 source package in Ubuntu

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redhat-cluster (3.0.2-2ubuntu3) lucid; urgency=low

  * debian/gfs2-tools.links: Fix symlinks (LP: #549415)
 -- Andres Rodriguez <email address hidden>   Sat, 27 Mar 2010 18:20:36 -0400

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Andres Rodriguez on 2010-03-30
Sponsored by:
Thierry Carrez
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Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Development Team
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Architectures:
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Section:
admin
Urgency:
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cman: cluster manager

 CMAN is a symmetric general-purpose cluster manager. It consists of
 a connection manager that handles cluster membership management,
 messaging among the cluster nodes, event notification, quorum and
 state transitions. Another part of CMAN is a service manager that
 handles service groups.
 .
 This package contains only userspace tools for controlling the actual
 cluster manager.

gfs-tools: global file system tools

 The Global File System allows a cluster of machines to concurrently access
 shared storage hardware like SANs or iSCSI and network block devices. GFS
 can be deployed to build high available services without the single point
 of failure a file server would be.
 .
 This package contains userspace tools for creating and managing global
 file systems. GFS itself is a set of kernel modules.
 .
 Note: the package requires gfs2-tools installed and it's known to work fine
 even if GFS2 is highly experimental and *MUST NOT* be used in production
 environment yet.

gfs2-tools: global file system 2 tools (EXPERIMENTAL)

 The Global File System 2 allows a cluster of machines to concurrently access
 shared storage hardware like SANs or iSCSI and network block devices. GFS
 can be deployed to build high available services without the single point
 of failure a file server would be.
 .
 This package contains userspace tools for creating and managing global
 file systems. GFS2 itself is a set of kernel modules.
 .
 GFS2 *MUST NOT* be used in production environment yet.

libccs-dev: cluster manager - development files

 this library provides a simplified xpath implementation to access
 cman/corosync configuration objdb retaining the same API as the old
 and deprecated libccs provided by ccsd.
 .
 brand new applications should use libconfdb from corosync.
 .
 This package contains the files needed for developing applications.

libccs-perl: Perl module for using the libccs2 library

 This modules implements a Perl interface to the Cluster libccs library.

libccs3: cluster configuration - libraries

 this library provides a simplified xpath implementation to access
 cman/corosync configuration objdb retaining the same API as the old
 and deprecated libccs provided by ccsd.
 .
 brand new applications should use libconfdb from corosync.
 .
 This package contains the client libraries.

libcman-dev: cluster manager - development files

 cman provides a general purpose, corosync/openais based, cluster manager.
 .
 This package contains the files needed for developing applications.

libcman3: cluster manager - libraries

 cman provides a general purpose, corosync/openais based, cluster manager.
 .
 This package contains the client libraries.

libdlm-dev: distributed lock manager - development files

 DLM is a symmetric general-purpose distributed lock manager. It is
 used for example by GFS and the distributed volume manager.
 .
 This package contains the files needed for developing applications
 that use the lock manager.

libdlm3: distributed lock manager - library

 DLM is a symmetric general-purpose distributed lock manager. It is
 used for example by GFS and the distributed volume manager.
 .
 This is the client library for applications using the lock manager.
 The lock manager itself is a kernel module.

libdlmcontrol-dev: distributed lock manager - development files

 DLM is a symmetric general-purpose distributed lock manager. It is
 used for example by GFS and the distributed volume manager.
 .
 This package contains the files needed for developing applications
 that use the lock manager.

libdlmcontrol3: distributed lock manager - library

 DLM is a symmetric general-purpose distributed lock manager. It is
 used for example by GFS and the distributed volume manager.
 .
 This is the client library for applications using the lock manager.
 The lock manager itself is a kernel module.

libfence-dev: fenced - development files

 fenced is the daemon in charge of controlling cluster node fencing.
 .
 This package contains the files needed for developing applications
 that need to request node fencing.

libfence4: fence client - library

 fenced is the daemon in charge of controlling cluster node fencing.
 .
 This is the client library for requesting node fencing.

liblogthread-dev: cluster logging - development files

 this library provides a simple logging API designed for cluster
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the files needed for developing applications.

liblogthread3: cluster logging - libraries

 this library provides a simple logging API designed for cluster
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the client libraries.

redhat-cluster-source: Red Hat cluster suite - kernel module source

 This package contains the source necessary for compiling the Red Hat
 cluster suite out-of-tree kernel module gfs against the
 Linux tree.

redhat-cluster-suite: Red Hat cluster suite (metapackage)

 The only scope for this package is to install the full Red Hat Cluster Suite
 in one shot. It is safe to remove it.

rgmanager: clustered resource group manager

 Resource Group Manager provides high availability of critical server
 applications in the event of planned or unplanned system downtime.