Introduction and Advantages/Disadvantages of Clustering in Linux – Part 1

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Thilina Uvindasiri

I'm a BSc Special (Hons) graduate in Information Technology and works as an Engineer-Systems. Love to work, explore and research Linux and play rugby as a hobby.

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34 Responses

  1. sriman rajan says:

    Hi Thilina,

    Good Article. Is it possible to use one cluster manager box to mange two clusters?

  2. Saravanan Natarajan says:

    Hi,

    I have a doubt that can we create shared storage through ISCSI disk service. if yes can you tell me how to setup the ISCSI disk in the rhel server?

    Thanks
    Saravanan

  3. akhil karadi says:

    Hi,

    I have many issues with dependencies in RHEL 6 like mod_cluster any many other like ricci not found I have to do manually with rpm -ivh which causes many issues instead of on yum. It’s a very good article, but more explanation required like fencing and iscsi creation etc..

  4. Harshawardhan Kulkarni says:

    We have an SGI cluster .SUSE 11 installed on it. from few days on master node only cd and echo commands are working. data is their on cluster.
    so it is OS crash problem or something else.

  5. ramesh says:

    Thanks a lot for sharing your knowledge to us. I have learnt real experience about cluster. Have one more query, is it possible to implement cluster in all RHEL versions. (RHEL5/6/7)?

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