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Re: [Linux-cluster] Failover with multiple interfaces



Oh I must have misunderstood the question..   Yes, the cluster matches up
the virtual ip's to where they should be.  I have three different subnets on
three different interfaces and it works great.

Examples:
Vips:
10.0.13.5
10.0.14.5
10.0.15.5

On the servers are:
Node 1 10.0.13.10, 10.0.14.10. 10.0.15.10
Node 2 10.0.13.11, 10.0.14.11. 10.0.15.11
Node 3 10.0.13.12, 10.0.14.12. 10.0.15.12




On 11/7/07 7:30 AM, "Steve Rigler" <srigler marathonoil com> wrote:

> On Wed, 2007-11-07 at 14:19 +0000, James Fidell wrote:
>> So, I have my NFS cluster all set up, with NFS services and shared
>> storage all managed over a "private" network.
>> 
>> My intention is to join several more nodes to the cluster using the
>> same storage, but providing services other than NFS.  Is it possible
>> at the same time to provide services on a "public" network and have
>> floating public IP addresses which are also migrated across the
>> failover domain when the cluster fences a node?
>> 
>> Is it just a case of creating a second IP address service in the
>> failover domain?  Will the resource manager just "do the right thing"
>> and bind the floating address to the correct network interface?
>> 
>> James
> 
> James,
> 
> In the past we had multiple public interfaces and cluster service was
> smart enough to bind multiple floating IP's to the correct interfaces.
> 
> -Steve
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