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red hat cluster suite 4.5

maurizio di salvo
Frequent Advisor

red hat cluster suite 4.5

hi, i have this problem:
In cluster configuration tool i have create a cluster suite with two node, in resource i have create 4 resource file system (storage1,storage2,storage3 and storage4) and 1 resource ip address (ip address for cluster). in service i have create service cluster_linux and i have add a shared resource ( 4 resource file system and 1 ip address). in cluster management i see a service cluster_linux and all is ok ( when node 1 go down service go to node2 and viceversa).

NOW the customer say me : i would associate storage1 and storage2 at nodo1 and storage3 and storage4 at node2, but i can move only the service cluster_linux in cluster management from mode1 to node2 and viceversa. how to assign storage1 and stoareg2 at node1 and storage3 and storage4 at node2?.

thank you very mutch for all
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Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: red hat cluster suite 4.5

Shalom,

It is possible with the gui to set priority for a package to run on one node versus another.

It is also possible to have a package run in a failover domain that includes only one node, but that is not high availability.

Its all available and reasonable to configure from the cluster configuration gui.

Steps:
1 Set up two more failover domains. When setting up the package configuration there will then be a pulldown menu to let you choose which collision domain.

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skt_skt
Honored Contributor

Re: red hat cluster suite 4.5

are you in a position to create multiple services?

i would suggest to create two services ,each of them two disk resuorces and one floating IPs each.Run one service on each node and configure the other node as a fail over node to each other
maurizio di salvo
Frequent Advisor

Re: red hat cluster suite 4.5

thank Santhosh if customer give me two ip address i use your solution that i have try in other customer. but if i have only one ip address how to resolve this question?


bye
maurizio
maurizio di salvo
Frequent Advisor

Re: red hat cluster suite 4.5

thank santhosh if the customer give me two ip address i use your solution that i have try in other customer with success.

but if the customer give me only one ip adrress for cluster how to resolve this question??

thanks
maurizio