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How to build Linux FTP cluster with Redhat Cluster  and file synching

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I am new to Linux and would like to know if any of you can help me out with a few pointers.... I am going to have two machines running Fedora for FTP servers. I need to have them clustered (high availability) and be abel to synch files (maybe gfs??), so that any thing created on one also goes to the other.

I have read some documentation on http://lcic.org/ , which was pretty good. I wanted to see if anybody had experience to share or suggestions on what would be a good solution (or point me to a good source for reference) as there seemed to be many different packages to choos from.


Thanks in advance for any guidance

Andrew
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I have old RH config:

http://www.cpqlinux.com/lvs.html
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I had already started playing with openmosix to see if I could get it to work. There is alot of documentation out there for it. I installed all the rpm and it did not add an entry into grub. I am using Fedora c4.... I tried to add the image to grub as it is in /boot directory with no luck, can't boot.

It says the image does not exist. Would you happen to have any experience with openmosix????

Thanks

Andrew
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