Tutorials/High Availability Sprint: from the brink of disaster to the Zen of Pacemaker
One note right off the bat
Andrew Beekhof unfortunately has had some unplanned, conflicting obligations the week of LCA. He is unable to serve as a co-tutor as originally planned, but he will be joining us to answer the most in-depth questions. Tim Serong and Florian Haas are of course presenting as planned. Thanks for your consideration!
This tutorial will include a step-by-step installation of Pacemaker, Corosync, DRBD and MySQL. It's going to be pretty fast-paced, and you are free to follow along on your own laptop, but you'll also take away plenty if you just watch and replicate our setup later.
Whichever option you choose, this page has all the links you need to set up your virtual environment.
Files everyone needs
Please use these LOCAL MIRRORS if you're onsite at LCA.
Please read the
README.pdf, it has all the instructions you need to set up shop.
walkthrough.pdf is a step-by-step guide for those who wish to follow along, or replicate the setup on their own, after the conference.
Note: Unfortunately there was an error in the first upload of these images. That error has been fixed and updated images are available. If you downloaded the images before Jan 13 1000 UTC (9pm EST), then please download them again and excuse the inconvenience. If you downloaded after that time, your images are fine. When in doubt, check the
Files for Libvirt users (preferred)
Files for VMware users
Please note: no guarantees on this one, please use Libvirt whenever possible.
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