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Old 06-01-2005, 06:29 PM   #1
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RedHat cluster question


I am trying to set up a three system cluster for a web/database application. I have gfs set up and running properly on my cluster machines.

My real question is can I run LVS on top of HA cluster?

I deffinetly want a load balence solution. I want all three machines available to handle incoming requests. But I like the high availability features of the HA cluster, such as attempting to restart a failed service or even power cycling the machine if necessary.

Within the documentation it seems clear that the HA cluster software was designed to only have one machine run any given service at any given time. While LVS seems to be just a request handler that is light on self diagnosis and repair. I was kinda hoping to get both.

Thanks in advance for any insite,

Aaron Page
 
  


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