[Pacemaker] Do We Really Have to Put Everything on one Machine?

Nick Khamis symack at gmail.com
Fri Sep 16 08:16:18 EDT 2011

Hello Florian,

Yes of course, that makes sense. Maybe I described my question
incorrectly. What I was trying to ask was can we have
only one pacemaker/openais instance handle all nodes in a cluster
(i.e., via health checks of each service). Most examples
dump everything directly on the nodes. I guess just as a quick how-to?

Thanks in Advvance,


On Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 3:15 AM, Florian Haas <f.g.haas at gmx.net> wrote:
> On 2011-09-16 03:15, Nick Khamis wrote:
>> Most examples show everything going on one server (glue, resources,
>> corosync, openais, pacemaker, mysql) Is it possible to split things up
>> into differernt servers?
> Please, think about that for a moment. It's a stack. And it's called a
> stack for a reason.
> Surely you're not planning to run Linux on one box, Apache on the next,
> MySQL on the third and Python/PHP/Perl on the fourth, just because you'd
> like to "split up" the LAMP stack?
> Cheers,
> Florian
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