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Re: [Linux-cluster] Two node question



From what i've found, the safest to do would be modify the number of votes for the node you want to stay up to be a really high number. I thought about making that my "maintenance mode" situation.

Josh


On Oct 29, 2007, at 12:48 PM, Scott Becker wrote:

I'm building a 3-node cluster.

One public subnet.

No shared filesystem

Starting with just one service (www) on one movable IP address.


I will be routinely bring down one node at a time for maintenance so I must configure the cluster for one node operation. I can't use the two_node="1" setting because I would have to bring the cluster down to set and unset it.

I want to use an IP tie-breaker to verify that the node can reach the main router. Is this, along with a self test of the web service, fs writable, etc. adequate for one, two and three node operation? Or would I also need a Qdisk?


   thanks
   scottb

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