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Standards-based cluster framework, CoroIPCC devel files

Corosync is a project to implement a production quality "Revised BSD" licensed implementation of all core functionalities required by openais. The project implements cutting edge research on virtual synchrony to provide 100% correct operation in the face of failures or partitionable networks with excellent performance characteristics.

The Application Interface Specification is a software API and policies which are used to develop applications that maintain service during faults.

This package contains the CoroIPCC library, which is a library included in Corosync.

Package version:1.4.2-3


corosync (1.4.2-3) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Martin Loschwitz ]
  * debian/control: Make sure that every library development package depends 
    on its library counterpath (Closes: #671843)

 -- Martin Loschwitz <>  Tue, 08 May 2012 07:01:05 +0000

corosync (1.4.2-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/control: Package split to make this package comply with the
    Debian policy 


2011-09-22  Steven Dake  <>

	Deliver all messages from my_high_seq_recieved to the last gap
	This patch passes two test cases:

	Test #1
	Two node cluster - run cpgbench on each node

	modify totemsrp with following defines:
	Two test cases:

	Test #2
	5 node cluster

	start 5 nodes randomly at about same time, start 5 nodes randomly at about


This is the Ubuntu / Debian GNU/Linux prepackaged version of corosync.

Mainly packaged by Fabio M. Di Nitto <>.

It was downloaded from

Upstream Authors:

	Steven Dake
	Christine Caulfield
	Fabien Thomas
	Hans Feldt
	Angus Salkeld
	Lon Hohberger
	Fabio Di Nitt
	Jim Meyering
	Andrew Beekhof
	Dave Teigland
	Jan Friesse
	Jérôme Flesch


	These com

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