Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release resolving some errors that would occur during certain fail-over scenarios, and also cluster formation when missing a node, or with badly defined application information.
Release Notes: This release introduces further refinement of halting the cluster or a node. The initial implementation of dynamic cluster topology reconfiguration has been implemented. Bugfixes include a file descriptor leak in the network monitor daemon and several other minor fixes.
Release Notes: This release features a complete rewrite of most of the networking support to enhance TCP/IP network handling further. There is improved fail-over on hardware failure, and several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes some bugfixes that affect the handling of multiple IP addresses per application and generation of the file system information on Linux 2.6.x based environments.
Release Notes: This release includes many changes to resolve many outstanding problems with several cluster fail-over scenarios. Additional features including initial support for multiple IP addresses are also included.
Release Notes: Primarily a bugfix release, but also has a series of improvements, including support for multiple IP addresses per package.
Release Notes: Support for Linux 2.6-based distributions has been improved. This release has undergone significant testing on Fedora Core 3 to validate the project on the very newest of Linux distributions. Several further bugs have been removed, and the Web site now offers further installation and configuration guides.
Release Notes: The major change this release introduces is support for DRBD as the underlying data replication protocol. DRBD appears to offer a saner, less complex approach which results in improved availability and quicker application start- up and synchronisation times under common failure scenarios.
Release Notes: This release introduces many fixes to improve functionality when running multiple applications in the cluster. Further manual pages have been added, along with a utility to integrate the cluster formation into the Run Control sequence when the machines in the cluster boot.
Release Notes: IP handling has been improved, allowing optional use of bonded network devices. Linux 2.6 support has been improved. Monitors and status reporting have been improved. Support has been added for online addition and removal of filesystems for a running application. The reference manual has been updated.