When using electron-winstaller or electron-forge make sure you do not try to update your app the first time it runs (Also see this issue for more info). It's also recommended to use electron-squirrel-startup to get desktop shortcuts for your app. Unfortunately, they have also suffered from a relatively high total cost of ownership compared to browser-based applications, thanks to "DLL Hell", and a lack of automated upgrade capabilities in the operating system.
To enable self-updating mode, you must add the CAU clustered role to the cluster.
The CAU self-updating feature performs like any other clustered workload, and it can work seamlessly with the planned and unplanned failovers of an update coordinator computer.
This hotfix plug-in can also be customized to apply non-Microsoft driver, firmware, and BIOS updates. If the cumulative updates are general distribution release updates or LDR updates, CAU can apply them. CAU supports the following updating modes, both of which allow updates to be scheduled: Self-updating Enables the cluster to update itself according to a defined profile and a regular schedule, such as during a monthly maintenance window.
You can also start a Self-Updating Run on demand at any time.
Process: Main You can find a detailed guide about how to implement updates into your application here. There is no built-in support for auto-updater on Linux, so it is recommended to use the distribution's package manager to update your app.
In addition, there are some subtle differences on each platform: On mac OS, the module is built upon Squirrel.
For some applications with continuous availability features (such as Hyper-V with live migration, or an SMB 3.x file server with SMB Transparent Failover), CAU can coordinate automated cluster updating with no impact on service availability. CAU supports updating Storage Spaces Direct clusters regardless of the deployment type: hyper-converged or converged.
Specifically, CAU orchestration ensures that suspending each cluster node waits for the underlying clustered storage space to be healthy. CAU coordinates the cluster updating operation only from computers running Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, or Windows 8.
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