The OpenSSI project is a comprehensive clustering solution offering a full, highly available SSI environment for Linux. Goals for OpenSSI Clusters include availability, scalability and manageability, built from standard servers.
|Tags||Clustering/Distributed Networks Operating System Kernels Linux Operating Systems Systems Administration Adaptive Technologies|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||Unix Shell C Perl|
Release Notes: This pre-release fixes a number of bugs affecting the HA-CFS cluster filesystem, VPROC process management, and HA-LVS IP load-balancer. The kernel no longer uses 4K stacks by default to simplify DRBD-SSI installation without recompiling the kernel.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release adds port-level load-balancing and dynamic nodes. It fixes many minor bugs.
Release Notes: This is a stable release, suitable for production use. A major bug that was fixed had prevented nodes from joining after failover of the init node. Also, a shmat() permission bug for non-root users has been fixed. There is a fix for the Debian version of OpenSSI to support long device names with DRBD.
Release Notes: This development release is based on the 2.6.10 kernel. HA-LVS was enhanced to allow the selection of load balancing algorithms, to automatically register UDP servers, and to detect eligible servers during start-up. Support for dynamic nodes was added along with the use of DHCP-assigned addresses for the cluster interconnect.