[ClusterLabs] Pacemaker for Embedded Systems

Chad Cravens chad.cravens at ossys.com
Mon Apr 10 16:58:02 EDT 2017

Hello all:

we have implemented large cluster solutions for complex server environments
that had databases, application servers, apache web servers and implemented
fencing with the IPMI fencing agent.

However, we are considering if pacemaker would be a good solution for high
availability for an embedded control system that integrates with CAN for
vehicles? We will also have Ethernet for cluster communication between the
hardware units.

My main questions are:
1) Is it common use case to use pacemaker to implement high availability
for embedded control systems?
2) What, if any, special considerations should be taken when it comes to
fencing in this type of environment?

Thank you for any guidance!

Kindest Regards,
Chad Cravens
(800) 214-9146 x700

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