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Old 27th May 2006, 20:58
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Default Is OpenSSI dead?

I consider to try out OpenSSI 1.9.1 but that is a developer version and acording to some bulletins that cluster version freezes, and no new version has been made for more than a year.

If I use version 1.2.2 in a two node configuration with drbd then is it easy to set up the init node, but how do I add a new node with help from PXE?
Is there some software which makes it easy?

meta-disk in drbd, what is that? How big shall that partition be?

I hope you can answer some of my questions.
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Old 27th May 2006, 21:44
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I don't know if OpenSSI is dead, but the mailing list seems to be quite active...
Maybe they are developing some great new features, and therefore they haven't published a new release for a while.
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