[Linux-HA] server belonging to 2 or more cluster
cristiano.vitali at gmail.com
Fri Sep 28 10:27:15 MDT 2007
Christoph Rothe ha scritto:
> Hi Dejan,
> you could think about one hardware node running two Xen virtual
> Probably that makes your plans possible.
> Dejan Muhamedagic schrieb:
>> On Fri, Sep 28, 2007 at 11:50:29AM +0200, Vitali Cristiano wrote:
>>> does anyone knows if it si possible and how to add a server to 2 or
>>> more different cluster?
>> No. All nodes in a cluster must authenticate themselves.
>> Currently, and that most probably won't change, a node has only
>> one authentication token (in authkeys).
>>> I try to explain better, i want to have 2 cluster working in
>>> active/standby mode where the stanby server should be the same for
>>> both cluster, is it possible to do it with heartbeat? and how?
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It's a pity it's not possible to use the solution i wanted to apply i
think it could be very useful in many situation, and could let save even
more money 'caus ei think one server could be easily used as a backup of
2 (or more) different one.
So i would suggest to the team developing Heartbeat at least to consider
this possibility for future development.
About solution with virtual machine i will try if drbd will work also
over virtual machine and if it will maybe i will adopt it.
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