Updated: Friday, July 30th, 23:35

Thanks Everybody!

Red Hat is pleased and honored to have welcomed you to our first ever Minneapolis Cluster Summit.  In these two days you were able to work with not only the Red Hat cluster and storage engineers who built the GFS cluster filesystem and Red Hat Cluster Infrastructure, but you met and worked face to face with many luminaries in the Linux cluster community. In these two days we may well have established the fundamental community consensus  to allow us to  transform Linux into a true cluster operating system in a very short time. Far from blue sky, this is on the verge of becoming a reality, thanks to the hard work done by everybody in the community.  Maybe - just maybe - we will see you here again, next year.

Warm regards, and thankyou once again.

    Daniel

Agenda 

Hours

Thursday, July 29 from 8:30am to 5pm
Friday, July 30 from 8:30am to 3pm

The reception on Thursday... nuff said.   (See half hour delay on Friday start, below.)

What actually happened

Thursday, July 29th, 2004

8:30-9:00am
A long journey: Red Hat community and product strategy realized by the
Sistina acquisition; Setting the code free; Building the GFS community
- Brian Stevens

9:00-9:30am
Red Hat Cluster Infrastructure Overview - David Teigland, Patrick
Caulfield, Michael Tilstra, Lon Hohberger

9:30-10:00am
GULM - User Space client/server cluster membership and lock service -
Mike Tilstra

10:00-10:30am
CMAN - Kernel cluster membership - Patrick Caulfield, Dave Teigland

10:30-11:16
DLM - Kernel distributed lock manager - Patrick Caulfield, Dave Teigland

11:15-11:30am
Magma - User level Cluster and Lock manager transparent library
interface; Supporting Red Hat's legacy cluster applications - Lon
Hohberger

11:30-1:30pm
Lunch

1:30-2:30
GFS - Evolution and changes between GFS 4.2 to today - Ken Preslan

2:30-2:50
Break

2:50-3:20
Global Network Block Device (GNBD) - Ben Marzinski

3:00-4:30
Roundtable Discussions and Work-in-Progress Discussion

4:30-6:30pm
Rest and Relaxation

6:30-9:30pm
Reception and Dinner

Friday, July 30th, 2004

8:30-9:00am
Breakfast.  Review of previous night's celebration.

9:00-9:30am
CLVM - Architecture and extensions of LVM2 - Alasdair Kergon

9:30-10:00am
Cluster Block Devices (Snapshot/Mirror) - Daniel Phillips

10:00-10:03am
Break

10:30-11:00am
Cluster resource management - Lon Hohberger

11:00-11:30am
Panel discussion, Red Hat Team: Future Directions and Feature Wish List
Panel discussion, Community: Future Directions and Feature Wish List

11:30-1:00pm
Lunch

1:15-1:45pm
OpenSSI, ci-linux.sourceforge.net - Bruce Walker

1:45-2:10pm
SCRAT + Resource Agent API - Lars
Linux HA - Alan Robertson

2:10-2:30pm
Clustered samba - Chris Hertel, Trond

2:30-2:55pm
Open forum, mainline submission strategy for Cluster Infrastructure - moderator - Daniel

2:55-3:00pm
Final Wrap-up - Matt O'Keefe
Meeting Ends

Contacts

Slides and presented papers

Daniel Phillips <phillips@redhat.com>
Matthew O'Keefe <okeefe@redhat.com>