Re: quorum server
2009-03-02 03:27:12 GMT
Thanks Andrew and Lars,
I would like to understand it bit more. , is there any distance parameter here? i mean to say suppose i have two nodes in one room and 1 node in adjacent room , cant i form three nodes openais/pacemaker cluster here.
i was under impression that as far as multicast ip works , nothing stops us in forming a cluster.
On 2009-02-27T13:38:02, Romi Verma <romi3rdfeb-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:This is not currently handled.
> Thanks for reply Andrew,
> ok, then how openais-pacemaker cluster handles the cluster whose nodes span
> across multiple sites.
But deploying a split-site setup with quorumd never worked either; it is
not integrated with fencing, and it is impossible to build a working
split-site cluster with it. This was, I'm afraid to say, only a 40%
implementation of the solution even in heartbeat/CCM land.
Having proper split-site support is on the roadmap, as soon as the
openAIS integration stabilizes.
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