Ryhmittely

How to Configure and Maintain High Availability/Clustering in Linux
High Availability (HA) simply refers to a quality of a system to operate continuously without failure for a long period of time. HA solutions can be i...
What is QUORUM Disk and a Fencing Wars?
Hi folks. This time I thought of answering one of our readers (Danielle) question asked in the comments, in detail because you might also have faced t...
How to Sync Cluster Configuration and Verify Failover Setup in Nodes - Part 4
Hello folks. First of all, my apologies for the delay of the last part of this cluster series. Let's get on to work without getting any more delayed. ...
Fencing and Adding a Failover to Clustering - Part 3
In the previous two guides, we've discussed how to install cluster, creating a cluster and adding nodes to the cluster, also we've studied how cluster...
Introduction and Advantages/Disadvantages of Clustering in Linux - Part 1
Hi all, this time I decided to share my knowledge about Linux clustering with you as a series of guides titled “Linux Clustering For a Failover Scenar...
How to Install and Configure Cluster with Two Nodes in Linux - Part 2
Hi all. Before we start the second part, let's review about what we have done in Part 01. In Part 01 of this clustering series, we've discussed about ...