[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?


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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