TrueCL aims to provide advanced high availability clustering across larger clusters. It has currently been tested with up to 8 nodes. It is the successor to linuxha.net. It has been designed to be as portable as possible and currently has been tested on Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX. It has many advanced features, including multiple storage types, a dynamic architecture, volume manager neutrality, file system neutrality, heterogeneous cluster support, no hard limits, and encryption of communication between nodes.
|Operating Systems||Linux HP-UX Solaris|
Release Notes: An incremental upgrade to fix several minor bugs, improve RHEL 6.x support, and improve documentation.
Release Notes: A significant update compared to the previous release, this one includes over 100 fixes and enhancements. It offers greater functionality, improved stability, ease of use, and many additional manual pages and improved documentation.
Release Notes: A significant number of fixes and small enhancements have been added to this release, including better configuration database handling, support for fully qualified hostnames and domains, dynamic heartbeat configuration fixes, support for network type events in the events sub-system, and a disk sizing correction for recent Linux LVM versions.
Release Notes: Many minor improvements were made in handling of optional disk heartbeat functionality. Improvements were made to the handling and integration of virtual machines.
Release Notes: Support for using virtual machines as applications has been implemented (live migration to be supported when available shortly). The software now also works on FreeBSD 8 when using the ZFS volume manager/file system. Raw storage (without a volume manager) is also available as a storage type. There were also documentation updates and bugfixes.