wackamole 2.1.1-3.1ubuntu0.11.04.0 source package in Ubuntu


wackamole (2.1.1-3.1ubuntu0.11.04.0) natty-proposed; urgency=low

  * Tweak patch from Eric Williams to handle nonexistence of the pid dir
    in /var/run before invoking the daemon. Thanks, Eric! (LP: #788085)
 -- Daniel T Chen <email address hidden>   Tue, 19 Jul 2011 17:39:28 -0400

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wackamole: Daemon to make a cluster highly available

 Wackamole is an application that helps with making a cluster highly
 available. It manages a bunch of virtual IPs, that should be
 available to the outside world at all times. Wackamole ensures that a
 single machine within a cluster is listening on each virtual IP
 address that Wackamole manages. If it discovers that particular
 machines within the cluster are not alive, it will almost immediately
 ensure that other machines acquire these public IPs. At no time will
 more than one machine listen on any virtual IP. Wackamole also works
 toward achieving a balanced distribution of number IPs on the machine
 within the cluster it manages.