[Linux-cluster] High Availability options

Stephen Kirkpatrick stephenk at olcinc.com
Thu Jul 13 17:14:01 UTC 2006

Patton, Matthew F, CTR, OSD-PA&E wrote:
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> you cant HA ssh sessions. by that I mean, if there is an established 
> connection and the server dies, that is it. the user has to reconnect. 
> of course you can LB or HA the servers such that when one goes down 
> new connections go to the machine that is up but thats a different 
> thing from what it sounded like you wanted.
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Thanks for the reply.  I wondered if it was possible to have HA for 
stateful applications.  At least
I know my options better now.  I can tolerate brief downtime, like the 
time it would take a failover
node to take over, although no downtime would have been preferred.

Any suggestions on HA solutions for a non-SAN deployment?


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