Linux Replicated High Availability Manager 1.2.4 reviewDownload
The Linux Replicated High Availability Manager (aka Linuxha.net) allows the creation of clusters for application high availability th
The Linux Replicated High Availability Manager (aka Linuxha.net) allows the creation of clusters for application high availability through data replication.
Currently, clusters are limited to two nodes, but multiple applications can be hosted and failed-over between the nodes. The software uses DRBD to provide the data replication facillity.
Although this shared-nothing type architecture is typically more complex to configure and manage the Linuxha.net toolset attempts to manage much of this complexity for the administrator.
Much of the initial development and testing took place on various Linux 2.4 based distributions. More recently development and testing has taken place on Linux 2.6 distributions (primarily Fedora Core), ensuring the product works as expected on the latest available distribution releases.
Much effort has been spent ensuring that significant levels of support documentation is available. The documentation section now contains several guides as well as a user manual.
Please note that the user manual will eventually be replaced by a reference guide and various installation and user guides. Keep changing the documentation page regularly - these will be added when they are completed and aim to just cover specific topics.
What's New in This Release:
Several minor improvements were made, mainly concerning improved network handling, both for IP address configuration for packages, pseudo MONITOR IP support, and the additional "nossh" attribute.
Several minor bugs have been fixed, including one affecting certain fail-over scenarios.
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