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[Linux-cluster] Red Hat Cluster on same network as Heartbeat 2



Does anyone know of problems having Red Hat cluster traffic on the same
network as Heartbeat2 cluster traffic? We implemented a cluster network
to segment the traffic, and the idea was to put all cluster traffic on
the Cisco switches, instead of using loopback, or having Netgear hubs
all over the place for each cluster.

I know with a Red Hat cluster, if your cluster name is not unique (there
is a bug that does not change this automatically), you will have
problems with your cluster configs. I am not sure if there are any known
issues having RHCS and Heartbeat cluster traffic on the same broadcast
network, or is there any real potential for problems. I would assume
they would ignore each others traffic.

Thanks,
Danny Wall


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