Release Notes: This is identical to the 1.2.7 release in terms of functionality. However, it is built against DRBD 8.2.1. The 1.2.x releases will continue to be developed against the older DRBD 0.7.x releases.
Release Notes: Two minor bugs have been found and fixed: handling of mixed-case hostnames and the path of the sync command have been corrected.
Release Notes: Improvements were made to handling physical network link checking. Improvements were made for local IP fail-over. More flexible cluster partitioning handling was implemented.
Release Notes: Support for dynamically changing netmasks was implemented. Handling of initial data synchronization was improved. Various minor fixes were made. Some preparation was done for DRBD v8.
Release Notes: Several minor improvements were made, mainly concerning improved network handling, both for IP address configuration for packages, pseudo MONITOR IP support, and the additional "nossh" attribute. Several minor bugs have been fixed, including one affecting certain fail-over scenarios.
Release Notes: The default version of DRBD has been changed to 0.7.21. Minor man page enhancements and 2 minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version fixes two small bugs found when clustering Oracle 10g. However, the major difference is that TCP port allocation is now automated. Be sure to read the release notes prior to upgrading, since this requires a change to the cluster and application configuration files.
Release Notes: This version is a major release that offers an improved architecture, improved fail-over performance, and greater ease of use compared to the 1.0.x series of releases. A online migration guide from moving from 1.0.x to 1.2.0 is also available.
Release Notes: This release implements back-ports of fixes from the upcoming 1.2.0 release. These include improvements to DRBD handling, start/stop script management, and fixes to autostart when CPU or application load balancing is selected.
Release Notes: Linuxha.net now includes version 0.7.18 of DRBD for compatibility with the latest distributions (and thus has been used successfully on Fedora Core 5, for example). This version also includes improvements when adding and removing complete volume groups from an existing application. Support forums (forums.linuxha.net) have also been kindly provided by a sponsor.