Thursday, June 18, 2009

FAQ: Pacemaker high-availability cluster technology

June 18, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
FAQ: Pacemaker high-availability cluster technology
Sander van Vugt, Contributor

With Pacemaker high-availability cluster technology, clients can ensure that they are making the most of their cluster infrastructures. In this Project FAQ, expert Sander van Vugt answers frequently asked questions about the resource manager. Find out what you will need to create a cluster, how the STONITH device helps clients and what Pacemaker does to improve server functionality.

Read this Project FAQ or listen to the podcast.

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