[Linux-HA] Which cluster solution?

Allon Bendavid allon at imacination.com
Wed Oct 19 11:58:08 MDT 2005


Thanks Horms.  It seems like UltraMonkey is both HA and Load Balancing,
which I don't really need and I assume it means it needs an extra few pieces
of hardware to provide the load balancer and standby load balancer.

But has anyone had any experience or input on linuxha.net?

-Allon

On 10/19/05 8:33 AM, "linux-ha-request at lists.linux-ha.org"
<linux-ha-request at lists.linux-ha.org> wrote:

> On Tue, Oct 18, 2005 at 05:40:11PM -0700, Allon Bendavid wrote:
>> I am looking at implementing a HA cluster of 2 nodes (primary and failover).
>> I've done a lot of reading and there seems to be 3 primary contenders:
>> 
>> Linux-HA (Heartbeat with DRBD)
>> Linuxha.net
>> And Ultramonkey.
>> 
>> Can anyone tell me the pros and cons?
> 
> Ultra Monkey uses Linux-HA - its Linux-HA 1.2 and LVS with some documenation.
> It really doesn't make a whole lot of difference if you use
> Ultra Monkey (which is a project I started) or Linux-HA (a project
> I have been involved in for a long time) directly.
> 
> So already you are down to 2 choices.
> I don't know anything about Linuxha.net
> 
> -- 
> Horms





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