[Linux-cluster] RHEL4 and Cluster Suite
vlaurenz at advance.net
Wed May 3 00:08:54 UTC 2006
I'm glad I'm not the only one who can't find the info. What I meant by
"strictly command line" is that I have no desire to use the GUI. :)
Let me know if you find anything. I'll keep you posted as well.
:::: Vito Laurenza
Greg Forte wrote:
> Agreed! I asked about this months ago, don't think I ever got a
> straight answer. 'course I suppose technically we could go wade through
> the code that reads the file to figure it out ourselves ... I'd rather
> see a document, though. Maybe if I get unlazy I'll go do just that and
> write one. Unless someone's got one handy ...
> Vito, I wouldn't personally recommend the gui, anyway; I don't find it
> to be very robust, and you'll be better off learning to do it by hand in
> the long run.
> p.s. just to pick a nit, you can be "strictly command line" on a box and
> still run the gui tools remotely from another machine; you just need to
> have the X11, etc. packages installed but set the default run level to 3
> in /etc/inittab.
> Vito Laurenza wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I'm new to Cluster Suite and I was wondering if there was a tutorial
>> of some kind regarding the cluster.conf file. I've read the Red Hat
>> docs and they suggest using the GUI to configure, but I'm running
>> strictly command line here and need to know how to properly write the
>> XML. I've only come across a couple of samples and was hoping someone
>> could give give me (or point me to) a complete run down of valid tags
>> and attributes. Any help would be appreciated.
>> :::: Vito Laurenza
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