[Linux-HA] Which cluster solution?
alanr at unix.sh
Thu Oct 20 08:24:08 MDT 2005
Allon Bendavid wrote:
> Thanks Horms. It seems like UltraMonkey is both HA and Load Balancing,
> which I don't really need and I assume it means it needs an extra few pieces
> of hardware to provide the load balancer and standby load balancer.
> But has anyone had any experience or input on linuxha.net?
I dropped the linuxha.net author a line a few months ago. He didn't
respond. I did add his software to the list of OSS HA software you can
I didn't find any mailing lists, or list of customers, or the usual
things one would expect for an open source project - so I confess to
being a little puzzled.
By the way...
The Linux-HA project (http://linux-ha.org) works closely (and well) with
DRBD, but does not require it. We're perfectly happy to work with
shared storage, any replication method, or none at all.
Mailing list archives for Linux-HA (going back to 1997) can be found here:
You can find a listing of a few of our customers here:
My current estimate is that we have >= 30K installed clusters. We have
over 2000 mailing list subscriptions.
Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
"Openness is the foundation and preservative of friendship... Let me
claim from you at all times your undisguised opinions." - William
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