[Linux-HA] legacy to CRM conversion help
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Tue Oct 4 22:20:52 MDT 2005
For the 1.x version of heartbeat the documentation and tutorials work well.
There just isn't much tutorial information with worked, complete
examples, which is what this man needs. Many of us need it and are hoping
that eventually some kind soul will update the wiki with a step-by-step 2.x
3 node cluster setup for something everybody wants like apache. I know the
response is "everything is all there already" and I'm sure it is, but
sequential scans through it all I still cannot get it right. Please,
has it working, create a 3-node step-by-step guide to setup including stonith.
Instead of scattered snippets we need a tutorial so we can begin using the
2.x version. I think everyone wants to use it, but right now it is
to use because of the documentation.
On 10/5/05, Sam Tran <stlist at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/4/05, S. Farwell <sfarwell at neb.rr.com> wrote:
> > Does anybody have a basic 2 node (or 3 node) cluster running with CRM that I
> > could get a copy of the config files from.
> > Obviously your machine names and IP's would need to be changed before I use
> > it.
> > I need all of the config files that are required for just basic failover. I
> > don't need stonith or ldirectord but if their config is there as well then I
> > can just comment it out.
> > I am using the "getting started with Heartbeat v2.0" webpage to figure out
> > how to make my own xml config file and the other requirements, but I have
> > been struggling with getting a 2-node legacy cluster running for days so I
> > haven't take the time to try to figure it out.
> > I didn't see any sample xml files in the installation files, but I may just
> > be looking in the wrong places.
> > Currently I use ha.cf, haresources, and authkeys in my legacy configuration.
> > Anything that needs to be done to switch over to a CRM based cluster is
> > what I am looking for.
> Please follow the instructions on how to convert your haresources file
> to cib.xml:
> Hope this helps.
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