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Re: [Linux-cluster] Fedora 13 Clustering
- From: Jason Fitzpatrick <jayfitzpatrick gmail com>
- To: linux clustering <linux-cluster redhat com>
- Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] Fedora 13 Clustering
- Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2010 09:55:36 +0100
re: "However, in F13 there is no "luci_admin" utility to set the
password and Luci isn't accessible from a web browser."
I found the same myself when trying to configure, using the luci_admin
from RHEL 5 did not work either, I even went as far as e-mailing the
dev from Redhat who compiled the FC13 version to try and get the
default password but have had no reply (e-mail sent from work account
and I do not have access to it at the moment)
as for the Luci not being available, I believe that it is now running
on a different port, from what I can remember it is now on 8080 ( a
netstat -an| grep luci should get the port)
When you load this up you get a demo version of Luci with systems
populated, and it looks nice!
I also tried the RHEL version of Luci against the FC13 cluster with
mixed results (if you count it not working as a mixed result!)
On 12 July 2010 15:06, Virginian <virginian blueyonder co uk> wrote:
> Hi Gordon,
> It looks to me like things have changed quite a bit in F13 compared to RHEL
> / Centos 5. I agree, cluster.conf looks the same but there is a new
> component called Corosync and ccs seems to have gone.
> Traditionally I have used Conga to configure the Cluster (although not
> without problems at times it has to be said). However, in F13 there is no
> "luci_admin" utility to set the password and Luci isn't accessible from a
> web browser. I don't mind configuring things by hand if that's the only way
> to do it, I was just looking to be pointed in the right direction really. I
> have received some help offline from a member of this list which has proved
> invaluable. I have now managed to get a basic cluster up and running on F13.
> Our fellow list member is working on a document which I think will be of
> enormous help to others when completed (in fact it is already a useful doc).
> The old docs specified which ports / protocols needed to be opened up in
> iptables but as I haven't sussed out what's needed under F13 I am running
> with iptables stopped for now. If anybody has this information I would be
> very grateful to receive it.
> Thanks & regards
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Gordan Bobic" <gordan bobich net>
> To: "linux clustering" <linux-cluster redhat com>
> Sent: Monday, July 12, 2010 2:47 PM
> Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] Fedora 13 Clustering
>> Maybe I'm missing what exactly you guys are talking about, but
>> everything I can think of in RHCS is configured via cluster.conf. My
>> cluster.conf files from RHEL5 work just fine on RHEL6 beta, which is
>> virtually identical to F12/F13. I don't see why you would have any
>> problems getting RHCS to work on F13 using the same instructions you
>> would follow for RHEL/CentOS 5.
>> On Mon, 2010-07-12 at 14:37 +0100, Jason Fitzpatrick wrote:
>>> Hi John..
>>> Normally I do not agree with replying to posts without anything
>>> constructive to say but I thought that I should in this case.
>>> I have to admit that I ran into the same issues as you, I built a RHEL
>>> 5.5 cluster and decided to give the FC13 path a try, Tried to use Luci
>>> / Ricci to configure the nodes and had no luck even managing to log
>>> into Luci, no documents / man pages included with the packages and the
>>> readme file that was included was the same one that was included with
>>> the old source files, and had not been updated since.
>>> In the end I gave up and went back to RHEL.
>>> (that said you can go the heartbeat route, this I got to work when
>>> using oracles ocfs as a shared data store on drbd)
>>> On 9 July 2010 21:43, Virginian <virginian blueyonder co uk> wrote:
>>> > Hi All,
>>> > I've played around with Red Hat Cluster Suite on Centos 5 and found >
>>> > plenty
>>> > of information on how to install and configure the cluster and nodes. I
>>> > > have
>>> > been trawling Google and other search engines trying to find accurate
>>> > instructions for running Cluster Suite on Fedora 13. So far I have >
>>> > pretty
>>> > much drawn a blank. What I am looking for is instructions on how to
>>> > configure a 2 node cluster with iSCSI shared storage for GFS2, the aim
>>> > > being
>>> > to run virtualised Linux guests under KVM and have the ability to >
>>> > migrate
>>> > the guests from one node to the other in the event of a node failure. >
>>> > From
>>> > what I have read, what I understood to be RHCS in RHEL 5 / Centos 5 has
>>> > changed quite significantly. It looks like openais / corosync are new
>>> > components and ccs has largely disappeared. If I could find some >
>>> > information
>>> > on how to configure corosync, openais, amf etc. to achieve a fairly >
>>> > simple 2
>>> > node cluster as described I think I would be ok. I've tried googling >
>>> > for
>>> > this under Fedora 13 but so far drawn a blank. Has anybody else set up
>>> > > a
>>> > cluster similar to the above under Fedora 13?
>>> > Regards
>>> > John
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