[Linux-cluster] Setting Up Two Node Cluster..
Singh Raina, Ajeet
ajeet.singh.raina at logica.com
Wed Jul 9 06:02:49 UTC 2008
I am totally in clustering field and recently involved in a project
related to Setting Up a Red Hat Cluster.
I have two RHEL 4.0 Update 2 Servers which I have installed with the
following packages each :
On 10.14.236.106 I ran # system-config-cluster and I added the two Node
- One itself(10.14.236.106) and the other(10.14.236.108).
I added The ILO as my Fencing Device providing the right credentials.I
dint added any Resource and Service as I just want to test whether the
two amchines sees wach other or not.
I saved the file and it gave me cluster.conf.
Next I ran
#service ccsd start
#service cman start
That Brought out Cluster Management Option next to Cluster Configuration
I transported the cluster.conf manually through scp to the next machine.
Now I too ran the ccsd and cman on the other machine.
Then I ran
#service fenced start
#service rgmanager start
One by one to the two machine.
When I ran the command:
Member Status: Quorate
Member Name Status
------ ---- ------
BL02DL385 Online, rgmanager
BL01DL385 Online, Local, rgmanager
[root at BL01DL385 ~]#
So My Nodes are seeing each other.Upto this Its Fine.
Now I have one script called tester.sh placed in 106 machine and All I
am adding it to Script Section under Resource giving the full path.
Now Again I am restarting the service in order.
Now The Cluster.conf file is same in both the system
Say,if I reboot the 106 system, Will the next Server show running the
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