[CentOS] Load Balancing
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Wed May 24 11:08:22 UTC 2006
On Wed, 2006-05-24 at 00:26 +0100, Karanbir Singh wrote:
> Mace Eliason wrote:
> > I have been searching the internet looking for info on setting up a
> > cluster using csgfs repo, but I am not sure which files I need. All the
> > instruction on the RH site talk about using up2date but that doesn't work.
> > Is there a yum groupinstall "Cluster" ? I don't see anything on the
> > grouplist.
> > Which files should be install to run a cluster. I realize it depends on
> > my situation. Basically I want to cluster LAMP.
> > Karanbir Singh wrote:
> >> Tom Brown wrote:
> >>>> Would a cluster be the way to go? Ideally we would like 2-? severs
> >>>> setup that are all identical and sharing the load as need be, and if
> >>>> one fails users would notice nothing.
> >>> personally is you want a commercial system i would go for Zeus as it
> >>> installs onto commodity x86 hardware or if you want open source then the
> >>> Linux LVS project is a good bet
> >> take a look at the csgfs repo's as well - that has pretty much
> >> everything you need to make this sort of a cluster.
> the docs at http://www.centos.org/docs/4/ should all work fine, and with
> the right repo setup in /etc/sysconfig/rhn/sources up2date should also
> work, you need a line at the end that goes like this :
> yum centos4-csgfs http://mirror.centos.org/centos/4/csgfs/$ARCH/
OR ... use yum to install the required packages after adding the csgfs
repo file per:
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