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Re: [Linux-cluster] Specifiying interface for cluster traffic



On 08/14/2011 12:31 AM, klusterfsck outofoptions net wrote:
> Quoting Digimer <linux alteeve com>:
> 
>> On 08/13/2011 02:53 PM, klusterfsck outofoptions net wrote:
>>> I saw an example config for this but seem to have misplaced the link.
>>> Anyone help me on this?  I need to have the cluster traffic over the
>>> hardwired link so that it doesn't go through the switch.
>>>
>>> Thank You
>>> Ken
>>
>> That depends largely on what kind of cluster you're talking about.
>>
>> -- 
> 
> It is a two machine cluster running drbd on a dedicated link.  We had a
> UPS fail during a power bump and the and the two machines decided they
> were no longer joined.  I saw a configuration for routing cluster
> communications over a dedicated link.  I want to do this with the drbd
> link since the write capacity of the drbd sync is less than the link
> bundle.  Basically take the switch out of the communications loop except
> for the outside traffic.
> 
> Thanks.
> Ken

Sorry, I meant which cluster software are you running? DRBD alone? Red
Hat Cluster Services? Corosync + Pacemaker? Heartbeat + Pacemaker?

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