Pacemaker DRBD Stonith configuration

Posted on 2011-10-12
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
Hello,I succeded in setting and running a configuration Active/Passive with Pacemaker and DRBD (stonith=disable) for the followin services HTTP - FTP - NFS - ISCSI . What I'm lookin for is a sample configuration for pacemaker - stonith -DRBD where are involved only KVM (libvirtd) , because  my doubts are about how to set them properly, the location for VM and, devices/parameters involved in setting up stonith.
Kind regards.

Question by:lucisit
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    Find the attached file. I hope it helps. Clusters-from-Scratch---Apache-o.pdf

    Accepted Solution

    Thank you, icenick I'll get from the doc all will be suitable for my solution.
    Kind regards.

    Author Closing Comment

    Thanks for helping me.


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