1.247. rgmanager

An updated rgmanager package that provides bug fixes and adds enhancements is now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
The rgmanager package contains the Red Hat Resource Group Manager, which provides the ability to create and manage high-availability server applications in the event of system downtime.
Bug Fixes
BZ#634298
clustat now correctly displays flags when a service is frozen or partially failed.
BZ#661881
clufindhostname -i no longer returns a random value.
BZ#621694
Restricted failover domain boundaries are now honored when performing virtual machine migrations.
BZ#621652
clustat no longer returns 255 if rgmanager is not running.
BZ#639103
The last owner field in "clustat -l" is now updated when a service fails over due to node death.
BZ#672841
Previously, if a service was in the "starting" state, failover domain rules would cause the service to relocate to a higher-priority node even if "nofailback" was set. This no longer occurs.
Enhancements
BZ#657756
rgmanager now sends signals to dbus when services change state.
BZ#634277
Independent subtrees may now be flagged as "non-critical," meaning they may fail and have their components manually restarted without the entire service being affected.
All users of rgmanager are advised to upgrade to this updated package, which addresses these issues and adds these enhancements.
An updated rgmanager package that fixes one bug is now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
The rgmanager package contains the Red Hat Resource Group Manager, which provides the ability to create and manage high-availability server applications in the event of system downtime.
Bug Fix
BZ#721004
Prior to this update, any resource agent returning corrupted or invalid metadata would cause the rgmanager utility to terminate unexpectedly and the node to be fenced. With this update, rgmanager is able to skip the broken agent and continue operating as expected, thus fixing this bug.
Users of rgmanager are advised to upgrade to this updated package, which fixes this bug.