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[gomd-devel] Re: <DAEMON> cluster-wide stuff for SCX done...

From: Matthias Rechenburg
Subject: [gomd-devel] Re: <DAEMON> cluster-wide stuff for SCX done...
Date: Sun, 14 Sep 2003 17:08:30 +0200
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Ciao JP,

On Sonntag 14 September 2003 01:40, Gian Paolo Ghilardi wrote:
> Hi all.
> SCX quite done (security stuff to be linked).
> The "C" is ok, the "S" will be.


> You can run command locally or in a cluster wide context.
> Please notice the special strict format for these two options => check CVS
> notes below.
> Try with "exec cwc ls /usr"... ;)


> BTW, should we postpone or remove local node from the list of target nodes
> for command execution?
> If we type "exec cwc halt", the local node:
> - must be present in execution node list (but, obviously, postponed to be
> last node) OR

yep, it must be the last node

> - must be removed from the execution node list?
> IMHO, I prefer the first approach.
> Actually no approach is implemented.
> I need comments... :)
> Byez.
> <rejected>


... still did not found the time to do some further testing, sorry.
Will do soon. Looking forward to the beta release. Many thx busy JP.

> << CVS NOTES >>
> IN connHandler.h/connHandler.cpp
> (+) added executeCWCommand() to execute a cluster in a cluster-wide
> context.
> IN supported cmds
> (m) changed info #103 to execute cmd on local node:
>       [exec] cmd STRING (no other format allowed =>
>       short format for option removed; mnemonic is not allowed)
> (+) added info #104 to support full SCX:
>       [exec] cwc STRING (no other format allowed =>
>       short format for option not present; mnemonic is not allowed)
> NOTE: STRING is a macro equivalent to "command+args". Example: "ls /usr"

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