[TriLUG] Recommendations for Linux clustering products

Keith Woodie kwoodie at gmail.com
Wed Nov 24 17:30:33 EST 2010

We have used Symantec Veritas Clustering for years and have been very happy.
 I am not sure what the cost is, but it's very stable on Red Hat Linux 4 &

Keith Woodie

On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 5:10 PM, Ron Kelley <rkelleyrtp at gmail.com> wrote:

> Greetings all,
> I am looking for recommendations on building a small linux 2-node cluster
> that will provide HTTP, MySQL, and NFS services.  Once up and operational,
> this cluster is expected to be 100% hands-off (as in - deployed in the field
> at remote locations) so reliability is critical.  This node will consist of
> two independent systems connected via back-to-back GigE network interfaces
> for redundancy.
> I have used clustering tools in the past (haproxy, ucarp, etc) and have
> dabbled around with Linux HA, but would like to get some suggestions on a
> turn-key clustering product.  I was also looking over at RedHat's site
> recently and read some information on their "Red Hat Cluster Suite" product
> and was trying to find out exactly how much $$$ it costs to deploy.
> Other than Linux HA and Red Hat Cluster Suite, what other clustering
> products exist for the Linux world?
> Thanks in advance,
> -Ron
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