[Linux-HA] Repository of ocf scripts?
max.hofer at apus.co.at
Fri Sep 14 03:19:49 MDT 2007
On Friday 14 September 2007, Andrew Beekhof wrote:
> On 9/13/07, Dave Augustus <davea at support.kcm.org> wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I am making some of my own ocf scripts and was thinking that certainly I
> > am not the only one doing this.
> > Is there a repository out there somewhere?
> no, but i think it makes sense that there should be
> actually i've been thinking that the scripts should be their own
> alternatively, we could include yours in heartbeat too
I think what we need is something like a classification (pots):
a) OCF RA delivered by the HA Linux project. Means well tested, with extensive
review and code quality (POSIX compatible etc.).
b) RA provided by users - a kind of incoming RA incubator. They probably do
not met the standards of POSIX/cross-platform - compatiblity.
Using RA from b) we know that they are not that well tested. But it is a
starting point to improvement etc.
So with time RAs will wander from b) to a) - (someone has to decide what are
the criteria for that).
And maybe we get a set of RA developers who can give RA-dev newbies help etc.
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