Releasing crmsh version 2.3.0
I am proud to present crmsh version 2.3.0, the latest stable release. I would recommend all users to upgrade to 2.3.0 if they can.
For this release, I would like to begin by highlighting the new contributors to crmsh since 2.2.0 was released in January:
Marc A. Smith added the new subcommand "configure load push", which removes any configuration lines that aren’t included in the cib provided when pushing.
Andrei Maruha added an optional name parameter to the "corosync add-node" command, and made the add-node command recycle old node IDs if possible.
Kai Kang fixed a build system bug when removing generated docs, causing issues with parallel make.
Daniel Hoffend contributed various fixes improving support for building crmsh for Debian and Ubuntu.
Pedro Salgado fixed a bug in the graph rendering code in crmsh, added a tox configuration file to make testing with multiple versions of Python easy, and updated the Travis CI configuration to use tox.
Nate Clark fixed a bug in the parser for fencing hierarchies.
I would also like to thank all the other contributors, testers and users who have helped in making this release as stable and reliable as possible.
Some of the other major features in 2.3.0 include:
Support for the new event-based alerts feature in Pacemaker 1.1.15
Greatly improved timezone handling in crm report and the history explorer
Improvements to the cluster scripts / wizards, as well as new wizards for LVM on DRBD, and NFS on LVM and DRBD and VMware/vCenter
Better support for fencing remote nodes
The source code can be downloaded from Github:
Packages for several popular Linux distributions can be downloaded from the Stable repository at the OBS:
Archives of the tagged release:
For the full list of changes since version 2.3.0, see the ChangeLog, available at:
As usual, a huge thank you to all contributors and users of crmsh!