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Service Guard SG 11.09

 
Torsten.
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Re: Service Guard SG 11.09

>> I just recognized I have linked a chinese document


I would call this the joke of the day - LOL!

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Viktor Balogh
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Re: Service Guard SG 11.09

Torsten: I took a quick preview to the html version cached by google, and there weren't any chinese chars on the first pages. :)
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Torsten.
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Re: Service Guard SG 11.09

Don't worry - it's just funny...

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Steven E. Protter
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Re: Service Guard SG 11.09

Shalom,

Not the OS.

Not the version of SG.

No support at all.

How many nodes? Practically speaking, I've never seen it pushed past 4 nodes. If you want to do this project, try a supported OS and software version.

Many clusters are two node. That is the configuration where SG excels. Failing over an application between two.

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Malone
Advisor

Re: Service Guard SG 11.09

Thanks to all for the answers, but i'm a little bit confused. so 4, 8 or 16?
Thansk again for your effort
Torsten.
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Re: Service Guard SG 11.09

I found my old notes from 2002 about several versions around SG 11.0x and they say 16 nodes maximum.


Why do you want to know this?

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Malone
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Re: Service Guard SG 11.09

we have installed 2 nodes right now, we would like to install 8 nodes
John Bigg
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Re: Service Guard SG 11.09

16 nodes, as I already said. However, you really should not be building a new cluster with such old unsupported releases.