[Linux-HA] Can we use Heartbeat in windows after compiling there
alanr at unix.sh
Fri Mar 25 09:44:07 MST 2005
forrest whitcher wrote:
> You might want to try building it under MS's SFU (services for unix) which, the
> last I knew was no-cost and implements a strict posix Unix environment. V3.5
> should have most of the necessary facilitys.
> Prereq: be sure Glib can build and install, there may be a build out there, not
> sure as I don't have a box to run SFU on anymore.
POSIX compliance is a pretty weak guarantee, and some of the things we
(have to) do are a bit esoteric (raw sockets).
Another thought would be to run it under CYGWIN.
By the way, I'm sure SFU has sockets now :-). But, it may not have some of
the authentication methods we use for local domain sockets.
But, I have no idea which would be "better" or "easier".
Just food for thought...
Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
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