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CMAN is a symmetric general-purpose cluster manager. It provides a service manager that handles service groups, plus a connection manager that handles cluster membership management, messaging among the cluster nodes, event notification, quorum and state transitions.
This package provides only userspace tools for controlling the cluster manager itself.
Packaging notes The documentation provided by upstream is not the best around the world so here is a collections of little useful info: Administrator's Guide: http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/csgfs/browse/rh-gfs-en/ Configuration examples are located in /usr/share/doc/gfs-tools/examples/ rgmanager error codes are located in /usr/share/doc/rgmanager/errors.txt KNOWN ISSUES ------------ NOTE more»
README.source for redhat-cluster -------------------------------- The source can be obtained following the instructions on http://sources.redhat.com/cluster/wiki either by cloning the STABLE2 branch from git, or by downloading the 2.x stable release from ftp://sources.redhat.com/pub/cluster/releases/ DFSG-changes ------------ The only change made to the original tarball to become dfsg-compl more»
cluster.conf(5) cluster.conf(5) NAME cluster.conf - configuration file for cman, fence, dlm, gfs, rgmanager DESCRIPTION The cluster.conf file is located in the /etc/cluster direc‐ tory. It is the source of information used by cman, fence, dlm, gfs and rgmanager. It's accessed indirectly through libccs more»
cman(5) cluster.conf cman configuration section cman(5) NAME cman - cluster. more»
QDisk(5) Cluster Quorum Disk QDisk(5) NAME qdisk - a disk-b more»
ccs_test(8) ccs_test(8) NAME ccs_test - CCS d more»
ccs_tool(8) ccs_tool(8) NAME ccs_tool - The t more»
ccsd(8) ccsd(8) NAME ccsd - manages t more»