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

Eric Robinson eric.robinson at psmnv.com
Fri Jun 16 13:24:40 EDT 2017

> 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 a time.

I don't know how "new" I am. I've been using HA for a decade or so. Started with heartbeat V1. Deploying a Corosync+Pacemaker+DRBD cluster is pretty much a slam dunk for me these days. However, there's certainly a lot more that I DON'T know than I DO know.


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