[Linux-HA] Documentation of heartbeat protocol
timo.schoeler at riscworks.net
Thu Oct 14 07:33:56 MDT 2010
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thus Vadym Chepkov spake:
> On Oct 14, 2010, at 4:41 AM, Lars Ellenberg wrote:
>> If you happen to be somehow target locked on heartbeat, tell us
>> why, and what you are trying to achieve, and we figure something
> Sorry for barge in, but I actually started with corosync, but had to
> "backout", so to speak. The major reason - lack of support for PPC
> architecture, it just doesn't work there. I was hoping since RedHat
> fully supports this platform things will get better with RHEL6, but
> to my unpleasant surprise instead of fixing it, they just decided to
> not build corosync on anything but Intel.
I'm very interested in your findings as I'd love to see a CentOS port
> Redundant rings also don't work in corosync yet and "bonding"
> suggested as workaround won't save you from a switch failure. I,
> personally, always add direct link between two modes for redundancy.
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