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DRBD version? [message #31087] Wed, 18 June 2008 00:17 Go to next message
Gregor Mosheh is currently offline  Gregor Mosheh
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Why does OpenVZ (for Fedora anyway) come with such an old version of 
DRBD (8.0.7) instead of the newer 8.2 series?

Is there any reason I shouldn't or couldn't upgrade DRBD?

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Gregor Mosheh / Greg Allensworth, BS, A+
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HostGIS cartographic development & hosting services
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Re: DRBD version? [message #31091 is a reply to message #31087] Wed, 18 June 2008 06:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kirill Korotaev is currently offline  Kirill Korotaev
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AFAIK, 8.0 is a stable branch. though sure update to 8.0.12 is required long ago...
But in reality, I was simply asked to include exactly this versions by the developers
working with DRBD.
If they believe it must/can be updated to 8.2 branch - why not?

Kirill

Gregor Mosheh wrote:
> Why does OpenVZ (for Fedora anyway) come with such an old version of
> DRBD (8.0.7) instead of the newer 8.2 series?
> 
> Is there any reason I shouldn't or couldn't upgrade DRBD?
>
Re: DRBD version? [message #31111 is a reply to message #31091] Wed, 18 June 2008 17:22 Go to previous message
Gregor Mosheh is currently offline  Gregor Mosheh
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Kirill Korotaev wrote:
> AFAIK, 8.0 is a stable branch. though sure update to 8.0.12 is required long ago...
> But in reality, I was simply asked to include exactly this versions by the developers
> working with DRBD.
> If they believe it must/can be updated to 8.2 branch - why not?

Huh; how odd. Well, I'll run some tests on 8.2 and let you know what I 
find: compiling, functionality, etc.

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Gregor Mosheh / Greg Allensworth, BS, A+
System Administrator
HostGIS cartographic development & hosting services
http://www.HostGIS.com/

"Remember that no one cares if you can back up,
  only if you can restore." - AMANDA
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