[ale] Opinions for a two node Active-Passive/Failover System.
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Thu Oct 21 20:48:37 EDT 2010
On 10/20/2010 04:54 PM, C Hendry wrote:
> Opinions for a two node Active-Passive/Fail-over System.
> 1. I’d like to use a dedicated NIC with cross-over cable for the
> heartbeat messages.
> 2. I’d like the ability to power fence (STONITH) using IPMI enabled
> motherboards over ethernet.
> Have been looking at Redhat Cluster Suite.
> I understand that a lot of people define a cluster to be a system of 3
> or more nodes and no less.
> RHCS does appear well tested, but appears not to be able to do
> preference #1.
> Have been looking at Heart-beat with Pacemaker.
> Looks to be what I want so far.
> What are others using?
Have client who uses RH cluster suite. Red Hat recommends a minimum of
2 nodes. They acknowledge that you can have issues with a 2 node
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