[PATCH] Change CTDB to use a Samba-style configuration file
ddiss at samba.org
Tue Jul 17 09:56:48 UTC 2018
On Wed, 16 May 2018 18:40:34 +1000, Martin Schwenke via samba-technical wrote:
> This patch set changes CTDB to use a new ctdb.conf (as opposed to
> ctdbd.conf) configuration file that has the same syntax as smb.conf.
> This means that any new daemons that we introduce can read ctdb.conf
> A couple of changes before that happens:
> * Drop CTDB_MAX_PERSISTENT_CHECK_ERRORS option
> * ctdbd no longer creates database directories - installation (or
> the admin, for not default directories) does that
> ctdbd_wrapper is nearly gone. It can probably go away soon.
> I have updates to WHATSNEW.txt around but, to avoid churn (and because
> it is a bit wrong in some places), I'm not posting that yet.
Looks like this flew under my radar, but just thought I'd mention that
it breaks the Linux-HA CTDB resource agent, which makes heavy use of
ctdbd command line parameters:
I guess it should be possible to have the resource agent generate a
runtime ctdb configuration file, but it'll likely cause quite some
headaches WRT multi-version support.
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