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13.0 > System > pacemaker (b9b672590e79)

pacemaker (a scalable High-Availability cluster resource manager)

Pacemaker achieves maximum availability for your cluster services
by detecting and recovering from node and service-level failures. It
achieves this by utilizing the messaging and membership capabilities
provided by your preferred cluster infrastructure (currently either
OpenAIS or Heartbeat), If the startup and shutdown of your service
can scripted, Pacemaker can improve it's availability. Pacemaker
can manage clusters of practically any size and comes with a powerful
dependency model for accurately modeling your environment.

Thanks to the decision of the developers to completely bypass
the standards most other projects conform to:
* The SlackBuild script contains hard-coding.
* The build depends on autoconf, automake and libtool.
* The build will produce soft-errors relating to mercurial,
with invalid single-operand basename and dirname calls.

This SlackBuild is configured to use libesmtp which is also
available from SBo. If you don't want esmtp support you should
change the "--with-esmtp " line in the script to
"--without-esmtp ".

In order to have a functioning High Availability software stack,
before running this SlackBuild, build AND install, each in order,
the following other SlackBuilds.

Requires: libnet, libesmtp, clusterglue,,clusterresourceagents,
corosync, and openais all available at

Maintained by: Zordrak
Keywords: Linux-HA,pacemaker,high,availability,cluster
ChangeLog: pacemaker


Source Downloads:
b9b672590e79.tar.bz2 (ff48a1a0736449f2da85e378c9f41ab3)

Download SlackBuild:
pacemaker.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Individual Files:

Validated for Slackware 13.0

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

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