[Linux-HA] Three or more nodes with Linux-HA
Andrew Beekhof (GMail)
beekhof at gmail.com
Tue Aug 16 09:04:16 MDT 2005
On Aug 16, 2005, at 4:30 PM, Dominique Chabord wrote:
> Hi Alan and Alex,
> Le 11 août 05, à 07:17, Alan Robertson a écrit :
>> Alexander Litvak wrote:
>>> Thanks for the answer. Unfortunately my question was not about
>>> how to go to 2.0 with two node. Site gives plenty of examples for
>>> that. But some people claim that 4, 8, 16 nodes clusters were
>>> run. I wanted to see an example of configuration and
>>> applications that could benefit from that. I don't see anybody
>>> explaining how all things would work in this case at least from
>>> 10,000 feet view.
>> Well... you have to have more than two services :-)
> If I run two critical services and I have three servers, is it
> possible to setup heartbeat so that, if two servers are
> simultaneously down, whichever they are, the services are both run
> on the third computer ?
>> Or you have to have an n+1 standby node.
> Do you mean that, for every critical service, there are one master
> and one backup preconfigured ?
> Thank you for any comment on these particular points and for all
> heartbeat development.
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