[Nottingham] heartbeat, RAID 1 and ENBD

Lee nottingham at mailman.lug.org.uk
Tue Sep 17 19:50:01 2002

Interesting stuff sackman, sounds brilliant!. surley you mean

redudant array of inexpensive desktop (machines).


My cable modem has just gone puff, so you'll receive this message when
the fault is correcte....praobably the next 4 months of my life will
be devoted to the ntl support line,wish me luck.


On Sat, 2002-09-14 at 21:51, Matthew Sackman wrote:
> Hi all,
> Another blatent plug I'm afraid, but I guess some of you may be
> interested in this...
> I've just finished deploying a 2 node cluster using ENBD, software RAID
> 1 and heartbeat to ensure that a filesystem is always available so long
> as only one node fails at a time. The system can cope with re-syncing
> the RAID device to whichever machine didn't die, thus preventing loss of
> data.
> Code can easily be improved, all comments and suggestions welcome, if
> you're at all interested then take a look at the write up and code at
> wellquite.org/redundant/
> Thanks,
> Matthew
> -- 
> Matthew Sackman
> Nottingham
> England
> BOFH Excuse Board:
> Hard drive sleeping. Let it wake up on it's own...
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