[CentOS-virt] New Tutorial - RHCS + DRBD + KVM; 2-Node HA on EL6
clint at screwtape.co.uk
Tue Jan 3 10:20:35 EST 2012
Thanks! This is great - I've been planning and am half-way though creating such a cluster, but I've been using Fedora15/16 as Centos6 wasn't out when I started. Any idea if this will work with Fedora as a host OS, or does it have to be RHEL/Centos?
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From: Digimer <linux at alteeve.com>
Sent: Tue 03-01-2012 14:29
Subject: [CentOS-virt] New Tutorial - RHCS + DRBD + KVM; 2-Node HA on EL6
I'm happy to announce a new tutorial!
This tutorial walks a user through the entire process of building a
2-Node cluster for making KVM virtual machines highly available. It uses
Red Hat Cluster services v3 and DRBD 8.3.12. It is written such that you
can use entirely free or fully Red Hat supported environments.
* Full network and power redundancy; no single-points of failure.
* All off-the-shelf hardware; Storage via DRBD.
* Starts with base OS install, no clustering experience required.
* All software components explained.
* Includes all testing steps covered.
* Configuration is used in production environments!
This tutorial is totally free (no ads, no registration) and released
under the Creative Common 3.0 Share-Alike Non-Commercial license.
Feedback is always appreciated!
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