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Old 03-04-2013, 01:36 PM   #1
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Move RHEVM from one machine to high availability cluster

Hey All,

I have already set up a RHEV network with two RHEV-H Hosts and one RHEV-M manager. I would like to setup a DR site and I was wondering if I could move my existing RHEVM installation to a HA RHEL cluster using ricci and luci? If I were starting from scratch, I'd just go at it, but I really don't want to screw with my config until I've got a plan...

Any other ideas for creating a DR RHEVM/RHEVH site would also be appreciated.



cluster, rhel 6.3, virtual console

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