Looking for users of redhat-cluster-suite on Ubuntu
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Thu Aug 14 16:01:53 UTC 2008
Shang Wu wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 8:43 AM, Chris Joelly <chris-m-lists at joelly.net> wrote:
>> sorry for tuning in that late, but found your posting today.
>> we are setting up a 2 node cluster for use with Samba and Apache
>> webserver and want to gather experiences of other Ubuntu server users
>> using RHCS.
I'm not sure what's available in RHCS but I recently accomplished your
goal in an active-active format (although i'd much rather have done
active-passive) using Heartbeat2 and a shared drive with DRBD. If you
would like more information please contact me.
The only problem i've noticed is with DRBD and OCFS2, apparently Ubuntu
(in contrast to Suse(SLES) and Redhat (RLES)) currently lacks OCFS2
Userspace drives in the 2.6.24 kernel. This means heartbeat can't manage
your OCFS2 resource (but it can manage DRBD if you take care of the
OCFS2 drivers yourself) until at least 2.6.25 when i'm told the drivers
are likely to make their way in to Ubuntu.
>> As documentaion from Ubuntu is very limited and there also seems to be
>> no other users using Ubuntu server with RHCS, i decided to tune in and
>> maybe could provide some experiences if they are of help. By now we are
>> playing around but soon the server should go to a 'limited' production
>> scenario and grow with experience and clients over time...
>> You mentioned in your posting (Fri Jul 11) that there are white papers
>> available covering Apache/NFS/Samba setups? Are these white papers
>> publically available? And is there other indepth information regaring
>> Ubuntus RHCS packages available?
>> ubuntu-server mailing list
>> ubuntu-server at lists.ubuntu.com
>> More info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ServerTeam
> Hi Chris,
> The white paper for RHCS is not available yet at the moment. A while
> ago, we had a similar discussion on the same topic, you can find more
> If you are going to setup the apache server using RHCS, here is the
> bug that you should take a look at before setting it up and might save
> you some time:
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