OpenIndiana + OpenSource Clustering and HA/ High Availablity

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  1. gea

    gea Well-Known Member

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    Howto build a redundant OpenSource ZFS storage cluster

    There is now an OpenSource storage cluster available for OpenIndiana. Because this is a really killer feature,
    i intent to add it into napp-it - although my cluster knowledge is limited but I can learn.

    My first intension is to find interested users to share experiences on a common base config to push the HA idea for free OpenIndiana ZFS storage clusters (to have one working and tested minimal config) and include it as a free option into napp-it (as an open alternative to the comercially supported RSF-1 clusters for OpenIndiana from high-availability).

    I will start with my current state at http://booki.cc/howto-setup-openindiana-ha-clusters-in-esxi/
    This is an open book, editable for everyone and I hope for a working config if some more users help to write such a first howto If you are interested in clustering (on OpenIndiana), please share ideas and help with setup suggestions. All what you need is a VMware server to create two VM's to have a common config to work at.

    Current concept:
    Two nodes for high availability of services with shared storage (SAS or iSCSI)
    To evaluate, this can be done with three VM's on ESXi totally without buying enterprise hardware


    more http://wiki.openindiana.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=23855106
     
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