Hi, I am a complete newbie and I've just subscripted a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 beta version to try out its Cluster Suite. I am looking to build a 2 node cluster running a High Availability service, But as I try to do this (starting) I get the following problems.
1) I don't seem to be getting the cluster.conf file that the everybody talks about. I have definitely installed the High Availability and Clustering options during installation, but all I get in the /etc/cluster directory is empty folder namely cman-notify.d
2)I am getting is that I've started a luci service and I am able to access it from web browser by https://host:8084
but when I create a cluster it doesn't show itself under "Manage Cluster" menu, I have to type to URL in to access it, even so it says none of the nodes can be connected... (p.s. don't know if it is version related but the UI i ma getting in luci is different from the one I see on administrative guide (The one with 3 tabs))
3)Since the experience with conga seem to be failed, I might well try the system-config-cluster, according to the documentation I can use the command "system-config-cluster" to get a GUI for managing my cluster, but when I type that into the terminal all I can is
-bash: system-config-cluster: command not found
And that happens for lots of other commands that appears on the doc, such as # luci_admin init
4) What other service to I need to enable and start? By default most of the services are disabled, I have switched on clvmd, cman, luci, ricci, modcluster and rgmanager at the moment, and corosync and cmirrord failed to start for some reason. Are all these necessary??