[Pacemaker] [lvs-users] Piranha Project

Charles Williams chuck at itadmins.net
Tue Mar 19 14:25:56 EDT 2013

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On 03/19/2013 07:15 PM, Ryan O'Hara wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 06:58:53PM +0100, Charles Williams wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> I recently found myself in need of a LVS and HA web gui for our 
>> clusters/balancers here to help ease some of our less
>> expierenced admins. I can't say that I was impressed with the
>> options out there. However, the Piranha Project (no longer
>> active) does offer a starting point for what I would like to
>> see.
> Did you look at keepalived? Piranha was retired because it is
> showing its age and there are better alternatives. Aside from
> having a PHP-based web UI, did you see any advantage to using
> piranha?

Like I stated above, I am interested in the GUI. I have yet to find
one the supports both LVS and HA. If you know of one I would like to
take a look. Support for keepalived would be a major plus. if not then
I would have to code it in.

Basically I would like to get to where Zen Load Balancer GUI is but
based on LVS and HA instead of Pen and such.

>> Basically the LVS support that Piranha already has with added
>> support for Linux HA (corosyn, pacemaker, heartbeat). If there
>> anyone out there would be interested in such a project let me
>> know. I have already pulled the last alpha release RPM's that RH
>> released and built a rough debian package.
> What are you looking to do with piranha and corosync, pacemaker,
> etc?
> Ryan
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