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Re: [SLE] Suse clustering solution ?
  • From: GarUlbricht7@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 05 May 2004 04:45:47 -0400
  • Message-id: <3BCED4BD.2BAC3F9A.16F823AE@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Dan Am wrote Tue May 04 2004 - 16:17:25 CEST:
[ Re: Suse clustering solution ? ]
> Am Dienstag, 4. Mai 2004 06:33 schrieb Milind Nanal:
>
>> I want to migrate the same with Suse 8.2
>> any your suggestion on this issue is highly appreciated.
>
> Go the heartbeat package included with your distro.
> check out getting-started.html in the docs and www.linux-ha.org
>
> Regards
> Dan
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Hi,

When I did "pin heartbeat" on my SuSE 8.2 box,
it returned 4 packages, namely:

---> ./CD5/suse/i586/heartbeat-1.0.1-23.i586.rpm
---> ./CD5/suse/i586/heartbeat-ldirectord-1.0.1-23.i586.rpm
---> ./CD5/suse/i586/heartbeat-pils-1.0.1-23.i586.rpm
---> ./CD5/suse/i586/heartbeat-stonith-1.0.1-23.i586.rpm

Whereas, when I searched in YOU on "cluster"
I found 19 (of which heartbeat, of course, was included).

Many of the other 15 packages were mentioned on the HA
(High Availability) website which Dan referenced above.

Interestly to me when I searched on "clustering"
only one package, namely "tulip," showed up on the list.

Best Regards,

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