[ClusterLabs] Installing on SLES 12 -- Where's the Repos?
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Fri Jun 16 11:16:04 EDT 2017
On 16/06/17 11:07 AM, Eric Robinson wrote:
>> Step over to the *bsd side. They have cookies. Also zfs.
>> And no lennartware, that alone's worth $700/year.
> I left BSD for Linux back in 2000 or so. I have often been wistful for those days. ;-)
Jokes (?) aside; Red Hat and SUSE both have paid teams that make sure
the HA software works well. So if you're new to HA, I strongly recommend
sticking with one of those two, and SUSE is what you mentioned. If you
really want to go to BSD or something else, I would recommend learning
HA on SUSE/RHEL and then, after you know what config works for you,
migrate to the target OS. That way you have only one set of variables at
Also, use fencing. Seriously, just do it.
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