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Re: [Linux-cluster] Virtualization on top of Centos cluster



Hi Remi,

I was able to configure such a beast last year.  I used OpenVZ for virtualization, and a separate iSCSI SAN storage server (which was also a RHCS cluster) for the /vz directory where most of the OpenVZ stuff are stored.   Configuring it was not very complicated, I basically just had to add the resources (the openvz startup script, the iscsi device, etc.) through luci.  I used CentOS 5.2 for that project, but it didn't involve getting RAM and CPU resources from the standby node.

HTH,
-eric


--- On Fri, 4/3/09, remi doubi <reggaestar gmail com> wrote:

> From: remi doubi <reggaestar gmail com>
> Subject: [Linux-cluster] Virtualization on top of Centos cluster
> To: linux-cluster redhat com
> Date: Friday, April 3, 2009, 5:16 PM
> Hi everyone,
> i apologize for my bad english.
> i'm a familiar with Linux environement  ( fedora 10
> user ) and i got a
> project in a training where i have to create a cluster with
> two nodes where
> i have to set up a number of VMs that will run applications
> such as ( Samba,
> Ldap, Zimbra, ...)
> but i don't know how to virtualize on top of a cluster
> !!
> i would like to know how that can be done, and how is it
> possible to let the
> VMs get ressources ( RAM & CPU ) from the two nodes ??
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