This is the first part of my “Linux Cluster” posts:
- Linux Cluster Part 1 – Install Corosync and Pacemaker on CentOS 6 – Learn how to install Corosync and Pacemaker on CentOS 6
- Linux Cluster Part 2 – Adding and Deleting Cluster Resources – Learn how to add and delete Linux Cluster Resources and how to use CRM Shell
- Linux Cluster Part 3 – Manage Cluster Nodes and Resources – Learn how to manage Linux Cluster Nodes (maintenance mode, standby mode, …) and Linux Cluster Resources (resource constraints – order, colocation, …)
Linux Cluster Part 1 – Install Corosync and Pacemaker on CentOS 6
I have been using Linux Cluster Engine called Corosync and Linux Cluster Resource Manager called Pacemaker for a while now and must say i am very satisfied with it. Corosync and Pacemaker combined can turn your Linux boxes into a Linux High Availability Cluster.