[PVE-User] PVE 2.x and HB
gilberto.nunes32 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 28 16:16:53 CEST 2012
> I see...
> But what I need is just replace HeartBeat...
> Let me explain better...
> I have a couple of Dell servers and I had install PVE 1.9 some months
> In that servers, I set heartbeat and DRBD, in order to make one machine
> restart on the secondary hardware, in case of failure on the primary
> And of this peace work fine togheter...
> However, we thing the PVE 2.1 is easier to deploy machines and
> backup/restore tasks...
> So, I need use Heartbeat or Pacemaker or Corosync, whatever, just to
> trigger some shell scripts to initialize VM's on alive host...
> I need avoid use of complex hardware, like fancing for example...
> And, to make my day more terrify, I don't have a lot of time...
> Can you see my drama!? rs
> 2012/7/28 THe_ZiPMaN <flavio-pve at zipman.it>
>> On 07/28/2012 03:34 PM, Gilberto Nunes wrote:
>> > Hi...
>> > Is it possible install heartbeat on PVE 2.x??
>> > Or there other software, like pacemaker or corosync that can replace
>> As you already recognized in the post "PVE 2.1 and HA with drbd...",
>> corosync is already installed on proxmox and is used for ha.
>> Why don't you use it? You have only to configure it as clearly reported
>> in the documentation, with the most important requirement to have a
>> fencing device (same requirement of the usual corosync).
>> You cannot install corosync from debian because it conflicts with
>> corosync-pve, needed by pve-cluster, but in fact they are exactly the
>> same program with only minor differences.
>> Flavio Visentin
>> A computer is like an air conditioner,
>> it stops working when you open Windows
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