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Old 02-01-2015, 01:10 AM   #1
rajbhandari.manish
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Hy,
I am new to linuxquestion.org, however i am mid-level linux administrator.

As per my scenario, I want to cluster python and java services in two nodes running RHEL 6.4. Till now by watching tutorial I have seen application level clustering of linux for eg: webserver, mysql database and so on. However I haven't found any with python & java clustering.
I am already familiar with windows clustering having clustered ip of the two nodes. In my scenario, we have both the options open either going with active-active or active-passive cluster. So I want to some sort of idea to achieve linux os clustering and hence obtained clustered ip.
Further any idea on how this service will float from one node to another. Further, I cannot get to the fencing mechanism in Linux. Any idea for this will be helpful to understand.

Hope to get positive respond ASAP. Thanks in advance for those who help me with this.
 
Old 02-02-2015, 10:31 AM   #2
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Old 02-02-2015, 11:24 AM   #3
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Hy,
I am new to linuxquestion.org, however i am mid-level linux administrator.

As per my scenario, I want to cluster python and java services in two nodes running RHEL 6.4. Till now by watching tutorial I have seen application level clustering of linux for eg: webserver, mysql database and so on. However I haven't found any with python & java clustering. I am already familiar with windows clustering having clustered ip of the two nodes. In my scenario, we have both the options open either going with active-active or active-passive cluster. So I want to some sort of idea to achieve linux os clustering and hence obtained clustered ip. Further any idea on how this service will float from one node to another. Further, I cannot get to the fencing mechanism in Linux. Any idea for this will be helpful to understand.

Hope to get positive respond ASAP. Thanks in advance for those who help me with this.
Please read the "Question Guidelines" and "How to Ask a Smart Question" links in my posting signature. This is a volunteer forum...asking for an 'ASAP' response is fairly rude. Also, since you are a 'mid-level linux administrator', using Red Hat ENTERPRISE 6.4, did you try the very obvious first step, which would be calling Red Hat support...since you are PAYING FOR RHEL, RIGHT??? This is covered extensively in their documentation and in their knowledgebase, which as a paying customer you have access to:
https://access.redhat.com/articles/40051
 
  


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