2 Problems, Memory & Debugging
ekaftan at e.nn.cl
Fri Sep 20 12:35:37 MDT 2002
> On 2002-09-19T18:33:09,
> Eduardo Kaftanski <ekaftan at e.nn.cl> said:
> > > You have defined a four-node cluster. heartbeat only supports two nodes per
> > > cluster.
> > I have successfully implemented 3 node clusters and don't know
> > why this would not work with 4...
> I'd be very interested in your haresources / ha.cf, and seeing how you
> actually tested your cluster ;-)
> Yes. With _very carefully_ crafted haresources files (different on each node),
> one could build theoretically build a 3 node cluster, or even 4 nodes.
> However, you are NOT advised to actually do that and it is NOT supported in
> any way. You are _entirely_ on your own if you do that.
> Enhancing heartbeat to support more than 2 nodes per cluster is on the list of
> features to implement, but it is very definetely non-trivial and so'll take a
thats exactly what i did. the haresources files a different on
all three machines...
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