From: Alberto Cammozzo (mmzz_at_stat.unipd.it)
Date: Tue 03 Aug 2004 - 17:05:31 BST
On Tue, Aug 03, 2004 at 09:34:33AM -0600, Lucas Albers wrote:
> Thanks, this is exactly what I am looking for.
> I will try and translate it to english.
Feel free to tell me if you have trouble with translation.
> I understand all the configuration files, so it is useful.
> Do you have more then one vserver active on the same host server at a time?
No, only one, quite heavily loaded for testing purposes. But I believe
this should not be so relevant for heartbeat, for which
"/etc/init.d/vserver" is the only service to migrate.
I see a much more interesting solution with the two host servers
sharing vservers between them: each one taking the vservers hosted
by the other in case of its failure. This allows to use both host
servers at time. I think this requires true (both read-write) shared
storage, which I haven't at the moment.
I described this in theory in . Sorry, in Italian. I'll translate
if someone is interested. Perhaps you can look at the figures :)
I'll try a proof-of-concept perhaps next weeks with opengfs and
shared firewire external disks.
Someone has alredy tried something similar? IMHO vservers and
traditional HA can complement very nicely each other.
-- Alberto Cammozzo V.Cesare Battisti 241/243. PADOVA ITALY System/Network Manager e-mail : mmzz_at_stat.unipd.it Universita` di Padova -IT tel : +39 49 8274175 _______________________________________________ Vserver mailing list Vserver_at_list.linux-vserver.org http://list.linux-vserver.org/mailman/listinfo/vserver