[ClusterLabs] Installing on SLES 12 -- Where's the Repos?

Kristoffer Grönlund kgronlund at suse.com
Fri Jun 16 05:43:04 EDT 2017

Eric Robinson <eric.robinson at psmnv.com> writes:

> We've been a Red Hat/CentOS shop for 10+ years and have installed Corosync+Pacemaker+DRBD dozens of times using the repositories, all for free.
> We are now trying out our first SLES 12 server, and I'm looking for the repos. Where the heck are they? I went looking, and all I can find is the SLES "High Availability Extension," which I must pay $700/year for? No freaking way!
> This is Linux we're talking about, right? There's got to be an easy way to install the cluster without paying for a subscription... right?
> Someone talk me off the ledge here.

If you're looking to run without support, you can run openSUSE Leap -
it's the closest equivalent to centOS in the SUSE world and the HA
packages are all in there.

(I'd recommend the supported version, of course ;)


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// Kristoffer Grönlund
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