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Low: build: Move binaries in /usr/lib/heartbeat to /usr/libexec/heartbea... #285

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davidvossel commented Jul 29, 2013

...t to avoid multi-lib inconsistencies

davidvossel added a commit that referenced this pull request Sep 13, 2013

Merge pull request #285 from davidvossel/spec_update
Low: build: Move binaries in /usr/lib/heartbeat to /usr/libexec/heartbea...

@davidvossel davidvossel merged commit 9de01fa into ClusterLabs:master Sep 13, 2013

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joelgriffiths commented on 1e79b78 Nov 7, 2013

This appears to break the HA_BIN directory for 64bit heartbeat which is stored in /usr/lib64/heartbeat/heartbeat for the current combination of epel and cent6 update packages:
heartbeat-3.0.4-1.el6.x86_64
heartbeat-libs-3.0.4-1.el6.x86_64
resource-agents-3.9.2-21.el6_4.8.x86_64
The heartbeat init script starts looking for the 64b heartbeat package in the libexec location.

I just added a symlink to deal with the problem on the production systems I own:
mkdir -p /usr/libexec/heartbeat; ln -s /usr/lib64/heartbeat/heartbeat /usr/libexec/heartbeat/heartbeat

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parnurzeal commented Nov 26, 2013

Thanks, joelgriffiths. I was just trying the heartbeat and wondering for quite sometimes why init script is not working.
Finally, I printed everything out and it cannot find the heartbeat file in /usr/libexec/heartbeat

Then I found this thread that really confirm I am right.
Thanks! I will create the symlink.

kskmori added a commit to kskmori/resource-agents that referenced this pull request Aug 15, 2014

Medium: Build: add --compat-habindir option for HA_BIN backward compa…
…tibility

This configure option is to be used when the package is used
for the existing Heartbeat stack.

As of the commit below, HA_BIN directory has been changed to
more appropriate location but it introduces an incompatibility
so the Heartbeat stack would fail to start.
  ClusterLabs#285

See also:
 ClusterLabs#330
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