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Lustre Changelogs Aggregate & Publish
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LCAP ---- LCAP stands for "Lustre Changelog Aggregate and Publish" It consists in a core daemon (lcapd), a client library and a serie of server-side processing modules. lcapd reads lustre 2.x Changelog records and process them using specialized modules to distribute them (or not) to its clients. Installation ------------ Building lcap is relatively straightforward: $ ./configure $ make The "rpms" target allows to build RPM packages (client, server, devel). Please note that the existing code has been developed and tested under x86_64 only. Running lcap ------------ Lcap comes with a testing tool suprisingly called `lcap' and wich simply reads changelog records, similarly to what `lfs changelog'. The client and the server can be started in any order. Whoever is started first will wait for the other one to get online. The lcapd server needs a configuration file. It will look for one at /etc/lcapd.conf This location can be overriden by using `-c' when running the server. $ lcapd -c /etc/lcapd.conf Contact ------- Henri Doreau - CEA/DAM <firstname.lastname@example.org>