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Linux Cluster

This is the first part of my “Linux Cluster” posts:

  • Linux Cluster Part 1 – Install Corosync and Pacemaker on CentOS 6 – Learn how to install Corosync and Pacemaker on CentOS 6
  • Linux Cluster Part 2 – Adding and Deleting Cluster Resources – Learn how to add and delete Linux Cluster Resources and how to use CRM Shell
  • Linux Cluster Part 3 – Manage Cluster Nodes and Resources – Learn how to manage Linux Cluster Nodes (maintenance mode, standby mode, …) and Linux Cluster Resources (resource constraints – order, colocation, …)

Linux Cluster Part 1 – Install Corosync and Pacemaker on CentOS 6

I have been using Linux Cluster Engine called Corosync and Linux Cluster Resource Manager called Pacemaker for a while now and must say i am very satisfied with it. Corosync and Pacemaker combined can turn your Linux boxes into a Linux High Availability Cluster.

Corosync and Pacemaker Linux Cluster of course supports both Active/Passive and Active/Active modes on multi-nodes!
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Linux Cluster (source: clusterlabs.org)

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Building a high-available failover cluster with Pacemaker, Corosync & PCS

When running mission-critical services, you don’t want to depend on a single (virtual) machine to provide those services. Even when your systems would never crash or hang, from time to time you will need to do some maintenance and restart some services or even the whole machine. Fortunately, clusters were designed to overcome these problems and give the ability to reach a near 100% uptime for your services. 继续阅读

Pacemaker ‘s Install & Initial Configuration

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From ClusterLabs

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