DRBD inside DRBD

Gilberto Nunes gilberto.nunes at selbetti.com.br
Tue Nov 10 12:53:24 UTC 2009


The RHCS have a monitoring host system like heartbeat, and can
enable/disable services/IP's???

Em Ter, 2009-11-10 às 13:41 +0100, Ante Karamatić escreveu:
> Gilberto Nunes wrote:
> > I was afraid to work with pacemaker/corosync.
> Pacemaker/corosync is still a moving target. I've tested it with DRBD 
> and it does work. There is no documentation in Ubuntu server guide about 
> it since I don't want people to just use it, thinking it's a fully 
> tested solution - it's not. It should be in 10.04 and documentation will 
> be provided for it.
> > Indeed, I have think much about rhl cluster suite.
> Goal is to drop it in 10.04 and replace it with pacemaker as a preferred 
> Ubuntu solution. At the moment, RHCS is industry standard, but even 
> RedHat's Fedora is including pacemaker in latest release.
> > But I not have much "know how" about rhl cluster suite over Ubuntu....
> > Is It work like as RHLE???
> It should be exactly the same. 3.0.x series, included in 9.10, are 
> prepared by RedHat to be less RHEL specific, so some problems that 
> existed before, should be solved now.
> > Do you can point some doc/howto about it???
> There's no Ubuntu specific documentation. I use RHCS in production and 
> I've used official RedHat and CentOS (which is basically copy of 
> RedHat's) documentation for setting it up.
> If you really want to work with heartbeat, stay with 8.04 or 9.04 and 
> wait 10.04. If you feel like testing, go with 9.10 and set up pacemaker. 
> There are good tutorials at clusterlabs.org and at drbd.org.

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