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Re: [K12OSN] K12LTSP and clustering



First link on google with the query 'ltsp high
availability'

http://republico.estv.ipv.pt/~nmct/ltsp/ha/ltsp-ha-howto-en-gpl.html

--- Ramon <ramonklown pop com br> wrote:

> It's called high availability, I've seen someone
> write on this. You can have
> multiple servers run dhcpd on different ports, in a
> switch within the lan. Whenever
> one goes down another one will take over.
> Peace.
> > Hello,
> >
> > I'd like to now for our new setup if it is
> possible to make a
> > redundant cluster of LTSP servers in which all
> management is done
> > central, and when f.e. one servers drops out the
> other ones will take
> > over?
> > Eventually combined with load balancing?
> >
> > Kevin
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