Updated clustermon packages that fix two bugs are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
The clustermon packages provide the modclusterd daemon, which is a service for remote cluster management. Modclusterd serves as an abstraction of the cluster status that utilizes other clustermon parts exposed through conga, the Simple Network Management (SNMP), and Common Information Model (CIM).
- Prior to this update, the dynamic library that represents the CIM provider of a cluster status was not built with all the required dependencies and therefore certain symbols could not be resolved. As a consequence, the cluster status could not be accessed via CIM. This update adds the missing dependencies to the dynamic library. Now, the cluster status is accessible as expected.
- Prior to this update, the size of XML-formatted cluster configuration (as in cluster.conf file) greater than 200 kB might have crashed modcluster, a program assisting the ricci daemon in handling the cluster configuration file (cluster.conf), or modclusterd, a daemon providing cluster status. This update drops this restriction and both executables no longer abort with larger configurations.
All users of clustermon are advised to upgrade to these updated packages, which fix these bugs.