Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
OpenAIS / Corosync is more than 10 times the code in Heartbeat's communication layer, and it will likely take more than the relatively short amount of time that OpenAIS has been in real production to get it where Heartbeat is after more than 10 years and 100K servers in production. It's worth noting that the author of Pacemaker may have personal reasons for recommending OpenAIS - his advocacy and adoption of OpenAIS helped him to help change employers. Quoting Romain CHANU <romainchanu at gmail.com>: > Hi, > > Regarding the announcement of LINBIT getting involved in Heartbeat (cf. > http://blogs.linbit.com/florian/2009/11/16/linbit-announces-stewardship-for-heartbeat-code-base/), > you recommend the use of Pacemaker over OpenAIS / Corosync since OpenAIS / > Corosync is still in development and apparently (cf. link above) has > currently some issues. > > Could you tell us more about that? > > I am a bit confused because the guys from Pacemaker recommend OpenAIS / > Corosync... > > Cheers, > > Romain >