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Re: [Vrs-development] on a freestanding LDS

From: Bill Lance
Subject: Re: [Vrs-development] on a freestanding LDS
Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2002 08:22:52 -0800 (PST)

--- Chris Smith <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Monday 18 March 2002 14:21, Bill Lance wrote:
> >
> > How does this grab ya'll?
> Fine.
> If you don't mind me talking lower level here, then
> I'll
> begin by talking out loud....
> The cluster image and resource image will be shared
> across all machines in the cluster.  This is handled
> by the Cluster manager.
> If there is only one machine in the cluster, then
> there
> is only one machine in the cluster!
> From and application (LDS) point of view it doesn't
> care.
> Requests are resolved from the available data set. 
> This
> is done transparently by the management services. 
> If the
> data can not be completed (because too many cluster
> LDSs
> have 'gone away' impolitely (without unsubscribing)
> then
> requests *may* not be able to be satisfied.
> But with a single machine 'cluster', this will not
> be the
> case.  In fact, this machine can mark all of its
> resources
> as private so that if it does want to join another
> cluster
> then it can share their resources without sharing
> its own.
> The CM and RM using Goldwaters hierarchical
> GWService set
> to hide WHERE resources come from.
> Okay, reading that back to myself..... Yeah, that
> works
> doesn't it?
> Answers on a postcard.....

That sounds right to me.  It's a rather minor rejig
of the system.

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