From: DMM (dmm_at_online.de)
Date: Tue 20 Apr 2004 - 15:39:54 BST
I am using that sort of 'clustering' but without drbd which had same flaws as
I tested it. I simply use rsync to copy the changed vserver-files.
What you still have to do (same when you use drbd) is configurate some kind of
failover-service (e.g. heartbeat or some self written stuff) to manage
failover and takeback (and using rsync, the direction of the data which has
to be copied).
> On Tuesday 20 April 2004 16:15, Christian Mayrhuber wrote:
> > I think I can remember that someone wrote about his use of vserver and
> > drbd.
> > Drbd is a block device which is designed to build high availability
> > clusters. This is done by mirroring a whole block device via (a
> > dedicated) network. You could see it as a network raid 1.
> > http://drbd.cubit.at/
> This is not the current homepage, sorry.
> The newest version can be found at http://www.drbd.org/
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