[Linux-HA] I need to know how can I make my Own Resource Agent
sergeyfd at gmail.com
Thu Sep 27 09:39:54 MDT 2007
On 9/27/07, Dave Augustus <davea at support.kcm.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-09-27 at 11:11 -0400, samuel Gonzalez wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm new with Linux HA.
> > I Have one Application that serve to clients, an I need to run this
> > application in 2 or 3 nodes for make fault tolerant the system.
> > This application have an interface that give the status of the application,
> > (running, stopped, internal component run or stop).
> > I want to use Linux HA for make a cluster that resolve the redundancy of
> > this applications.
> > I read many docs from project Official web page, looking for what steps I
> > need to fallow for make my application compatible with Linux HA resources.
> > My idea is give an interface to Linux-HA for monitor that state fo my
> > application and, in case of drops, LinuxHA start the same application in
> > other node using a same IP.
> > How can I make this interface compatible with Linux HA?
> > I read, fro official project web page, that I need to make My own Resource
> > Agent, I try to find some example code for make this but I don't found
> > Please, anybody can show me how can I make my own resource agent?
> I used the resource files that heartbeat uses as examples. You can find
> those in /var/lib/ocf/resource.d/heartbeat (I Think)
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