Linux cluster stack hits Debian squeeze

The full Linux cluster stack, including Pacemaker, Heartbeat, Corosync and related packages, cleared all hurdles and migrated to the Debian testing repository this morning. This means that Pacemaker and both messaging layers it supports will be in the upcoming Debian release, codenamed squeeze.

Credit goes to the debian-ha maintainers crowd for making this possible: Martin Loschwitz, Simon Horman, Frederik Schüler, Anibal Monsalve Salazar, Guido Günther, Norbert Tretkowski, and others.

In terms of high availability support per distribution, this now has Debian, Ubuntu and SLES running roughly abreast.

3 Responses to Linux cluster stack hits Debian squeeze

  1. Hey Florian,

    that’s excellent news! Many thanks for all the work the maintainers, volunteers, your team and you put into this!

    best regards,
    Michael

  2. [...] The full Linux cluster stack, including Pacemaker, Heartbeat, Corosync and related packages, cleared all hurdles and migrated to the Debian testing repository this morning. More here [...]

  3. herupriadi says:

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