[Linux-HA] Heartbeat Configuration
alanr at unix.sh
Tue Oct 18 14:01:39 MDT 2005
I had some problems parsing your description:
David Qualls wrote:
> Here is the scenario that I would like to create.
> I have 2 sets of redundant boxes, lets call them box 1 and 2 for set 1
> and box 3 and for for set 2. Each of the sets are replicating mysql to
> each other, so if box 1 goes down box 3 takes over and the same thing
> with box 2 and 4. What I would like to do is heartbeat each set to one
> another, so that 1 ip address could be pinged. also I would like to set
> up a remote server in a different geographical area so that if a
> catastrophic event takes place I still have my server up.
> Can HA do this? If so, is there any sample configuration files that
> sombody has done out there for one to look at.
There are some missing words in the description, so I'm not sure what
you're asking for. Please try again. Maybe a picture would help.
Also, I'm not sure what the IP address and the pinging is for...
But, it doesn't sound that far out of the norm - assuming I have the
right idea about what you're talking about.
We don't currently support geographical clustering very well, so if I
understand what you said, that might not be something you want to do
So, please try again.
Alan Robertson <alanr at unix.sh>
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