[CentOS-devel] Start Cluster SIG

Shafiee Roozbeh roozbeh.shafiee at gmail.com
Fri Mar 21 17:32:53 UTC 2014


OK
with this details I think that creating this SIG is a parallel project.
so we should cancel it
:)


On Tue, Mar 18, 2014 at 8:09 PM, Digimer <lists at alteeve.ca> wrote:

> On 18/03/14 12:26 PM, Shafiee Roozbeh wrote:
> > Actually I mean HA
> > my idea about this SIG is create HA Cluster spin of centos with
> > installation media that has cli interface or web interface to perform
> > and configure centos for HA usage.
> >
> > HA Cluster spin of centos with ISO installation media is my goal !
>
> There are currently two supported HA stacks on CentOS; RHCS (aka
> High-Availability Add-On) which uses corosync + cman + rgmanager and
> then Pacemaker (corosync + pacemaker). If you want graphical tools, RHCS
> is probably the way to go because the 'luci' WebUI is quite mature.
>
> Pacemaker will be the only stack in RHEL 7, but in RHEL 6, it's pretty
> new (support was just added at the end of 6.4/start of 6.5). Pacemaker
> itself is perfectly stable, but the user-friendly tools on EL6 are still
> in active development and some things like 'pcsd' don't work on EL6.
>
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