--- Comment #25 from Tim Landscheidt <> ---
(In reply to comment #24)
> [...]
> Could you possibly explain how cronie is used for cluster execution? Because
> I
> cannot find any documentation on it, nor do I see any evidence of it in the
> source code. (To the contrary, the README specifically says cronie is *not*
> redundant.)

Which README are you referring to?

cronie - as used on the Toolserver for quite some time now - offers an option
"-c" for its crond that enables cluster behaviour.  With that, you can share
/var/spool/cron for example via NFS.  /var/spool/cron/.cron.hostname contains
the name of the current host that executes jobs.  On failover, you set it to
another (remaining) crond host.

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