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Old 02-04-2007, 12:45 PM   #1
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Lightbulb How to configure hot stand by server on RHEL AS 3

I have two server machines. Both are running RHEL AS 3. How can i configure one of these as main server and other one as HOT stand by server so as to get my web site keep running even when the main fails. (the stand by server takes over automatically). Also keep in mind the synchronization of data on these machines when both are up.
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You need to look at clustering solutions.

Oracle has Oracle RAC (Real Application Cluster).

There is Beowulf clusters (open source) that appear to be used by many folks.

An older link I found that talks about Linux clusters:


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