PATCHES: More CTDB IPv6-related improvements
amitay at gmail.com
Tue Jan 27 18:35:11 MST 2015
On Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 6:32 PM, Martin Schwenke <martin at meltin.net> wrote:
> This is mostly an effort to cleanup up the use of iptables and
> ip6tables in CTDB's eventscripts.
> The first 3 patches clean up the 70.iscsi scripts:
> [1/5] ctdb-scripts: Make 70.iscsi IPv6-aware
> [2/5] ctdb-scripts: iSCSI eventscript should fail when PNN can't be
> [3/5] ctdb-scripts: Error message, comment and whitespace cleanups
> Then a packaging fixup:
> [4/5] ctdb-packaging: Require iptables-ipv6
> Finally, remove iptables() and ip6tables() functions, removing the
> need to use absolute paths to run underlying commands:
> [5/5] ctdb-scripts: Call iptables/ip6tables directly from
> Review and push appreciated, thanks.
> peace & happiness,
Pushed to autobuild without 4th patch as iptables-ipv6 package is only for
RHEL6. RHEL7 and newer fedora package ip6tables in iptables rpm.
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