High availability is an architectural consideration often involving degrees of redundancy to insure availability in case of system or component failure.

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Log into a specific server in a Windows 2012 Remote Desktop Collection

I have 4 Windows 2012 Remote Desktop servers in 1 collection. All 4 of the servers have the RD Session Host role. I've also put the collection into High Availability Mode, so all 4 servers also have ...
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Is it possible to have automatic failover of a windows service without windows clustering?

Due to a partial failure of our SAN we have switched our message queuing (Active MQ) from using network storage to using local storage. Because the secondary server is no longer sharing the same ...
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ESXi Beacon Probing Limitation - Three Switches Required?

We are currently using Link Status Only for our NIC Teams on our VM hosts, but recently ran into an issue where one of our two switches had a memory error and stopped passing traffic. All of our VM ...
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Azure extra small vm availability set [closed]

My current extra small vm reaches the limits, so I decided to create a second extra small instance and add the two into a availability set so my service is everytime available and through the load ...
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DRBD mount randomly unmounts itself

We have setup setup an NFS HA "cluster" using drbd/heartbeat. Everything works as expected when tested... If the instance nfs1 goes down, nfs2 picks up and everything seems to be fine. On both ...
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Bond0 Failover when link light stays up: High Availability Network

Configuration: Two switches, each with a separate internet route Centos servers with eth0 and eth1 bonded as an active-backup on bond0, eth0 in on switch and eth1 in the other /etc/modprobe.conf ...
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configure heartbeat HA on Amazon VPC instance

I'm trying to implement HA with Heartbeat (and monit) on two Amazon VPC instances. I read many articles about it and I tried all possible options I can think of. few articles I read (don't work for ...
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Memcached distribution

I have a question about memcached distribution across nodes. We have 20 memcached nodes with 200GB memcached on each. Our apps are PHP apps. $memcache->setOption(Memcached::OPT_DISTRIBUTION, ...
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LVM DRBD Shared between nodes proxmox

Context : I have proxmox cluster with the volume group shared with drbd for the VM - KVM. I have a problem with drbd. Indeed, when a node disconnect, the associate link between the differents nodes ...
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Per-packet round-robin load balancing for UDP

I need to load-balance UDP traffic between a number of "realservers" and do it in a truly round-robin fashion. I've started with keepalived, but unexpectedly discovered, that LVS treats UDP traffic as ...
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Strange Keepalived VRRP email notification

I have a 3 nodes keepalived (K1 to K3) installed and receiving email notification. The setup of keepalived is K1 VI_50, priority 100 VI_51, priority 98 VI_52, priority 99 K2 VI_50, priority 99 ...
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IP-based load balancing on external and internal interface

I have a certain distributed (as in, multiple components on multiple machines) service, that should be made available from the outside world. So, in LVS terminology, the clients are "on the internet", ...
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What design considerations should go into a proper Bitcoin exchange (or any other automated online trading system)? [closed]

Following the epic fiascos of the two main Bitcoin exchange sites (Mt.Gox, which went offline due to sheer traffic load during the worst market crash in the history of Bitcoins, leaving people with ...
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Solr on a two node Jboss cluster

Are there any issues with deploying Solr on two node jboss cluster with the index shared on a NFS mount point? We would like to do this for high-availability across data centers.
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SSL Session Persistence - HA Heartbeat

I have two servers, let's call them Milo and Otis. Now Milo and Otis are setup to be an active-passive pair of highly available servers where Milo is usually the master and Otis stands-by waiting for ...
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Howto setup 3-node heartbeat cluster?

I want to set up a virtual IP on three nodes using heartbeat. Currently, I have this: ha.cf: # Facility to use for syslog()/logger (alternative to log/debugfile) logfacility local0 # ...
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How to connect to mysql-master-ha from my application server

I am trying to use mysql-master-ha. I managed to get it connected with the master and slave mysql servers. Now I would like to know how to connect to mysql-master-ha from my web application server ...
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corosync + pacemaker + nginx

I have been trying to configure and implement corosync + pacemaker + nginx to my vbox to create a High-Availability set-up between web servers. But can't find an exact tutorial on how to make it work ...
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Tomcat Failover High Availability (active / passive)

we have a jee web application running on apache tomcat , we need to deploy this application on production environment and we decided to use failover structure so we have one server active and another ...
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How can I create a “fail whale” for my website?

I have a website that we load-balance across a few machines. The load-balancer (a Brocade ServerIron ADX) is on the local network. I know it has the capability to configure a "backup" ip address to ...
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Red-Hat Cluster doesnt migrate services on node shutdown

I have a RHCS with two nodes and manual fencing. when I restart Node 1 (the primary) it migrates both services to Node 2 automatically. but when I shutdown Node 1, it doesnt happen and I need to use ...
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MySQL High Availability with VMWare/DRBD/Heartbeat still common practice?

Is it still common practice to use a DRBD/Heartbeat solution for a high available MySQL Instance when the whole environment is virtualized (in our Case VMWare) Are there other/better solutions out ...
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Load balancing with High Availability - SQL Server + IIS using AWS

This is my first time load-balancing with high-availability using Windows and SQL Server. Looking for some validation and input on my planned setup. Now, typically when I want to create a HA ...
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Solaris and Hot-Standby

i have a short question. is it possible to create a hot-standby-cluster with 2 nodes and solaris 10? in Linux i would use DRBD and Hearbeat/corosync, but in Solaris? maybe do you have an tutorial? ...
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Backing up a mirrored SQL environment

I have 2 SQL servers in Mirror configuration. I want to backup these servers but backing up the SQL databases in Mirror state causes an error. These two mirrors also have a witness set. I would ...
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Exchange 2010 DAG Failover Cluster DNS Issues

I am having an issues with my Exchange 2010 servers. I have two servers that have HUB/CAS/MAILBOX installed on them. They are configured to use DAG failover cluster. I expereienced an issue recently ...
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Setup HA postgres database, failover concept

I want to setup a HA postgres database. I setup master and slave database with synchronous streaming replication on different physical servers. When there is an error in the replication, the slave db ...
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Virtual IP Failover when machine is overloaded

We have been using keepalived in combination with a virtual IP address for two years now. In the rare case that a machine crashes this works very well. But when there are issues on the box itself we ...
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Does HP IRF work the way I think it does?

I finally have approval to better centralize our Ethernet. When last I left off I was looking to the future to figure out how best to handle expansion. Now, I have answers. I now have a pair of A5820 ...
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Keepalived's virtual_router_id - should it be unique per node?

I have two nodes running keepalived, and two VIP, e.g. Node 1 Node 2 VIP1 VIP2 So in each node, I have two definition of vrrp_instance, so I assume the two vrrp_instance in my ...
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Unable to remote desktop using failover cluster name

I am using Microsoft Failover Cluster and I have 2 nodes - say node1 & node2. The nodes are successfully accessed by remote desktop. but the cluster name is not accessible. The cluster name is ...
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VMware vSphere DRS affinity rules for more than 2 guests

I've received a request to add disaffinity/anti-affinity rules on a set of virtual machines in a VMware HA/DRS cluster running VMware vSphere 4.1. The client has four hosts and wants to keep certain ...
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Advantage of Microsoft Cluster over Microsoft Network Load Balancer

Till recently, I assumed that Microsoft NLB worked at an OS/Machine level rather than an Application Level. i.e. the NLB just monitors heartbeats on the machine to check if machine is alive and then ...
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Should HA hardware be in separate cabinets?

I want to host (co-located) a service at a Pier1, Q9 or some similar hosting facility. Is it best practice to put my failover hardware in separate cabinets, and in your experience, will the hosting ...
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Highavailability/Global Loadbalancing of clusters [closed]

I know this website 1channel.ch which has like 4 servers in 4 different datacenters across the globe (czech republic, estonia, sweden, germany). What happens is as i am browsing this website the ...
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Using Amazon route53 for high availability

Using Amazon Route53 DNS, is it possible to build a highly available setup pointing to multiple web servers not on Amazon? I don't need to worry about session stickyness. Let's assume I have two web ...
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HA Options for Windows Servers

We are looking at different options to allow us to stay up and running when our primary datacenter (DC1) goes down for any reason. What is the main difference in having a offsite server updated all ...
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How to setup a failover solution for Windows 2003 SMTP Server?

I'm currently running Windows SMTP Server on a rented Windows 2003 Server VM. There are times when my hosting company network is down and my clients can't send their emails via the SMTP Server host I ...
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Microsoft fail over cluster and storage with raid card

I am looking for some input on a Microsoft fail over cluster implementation on 2012. To use the storage and pools it apparently has to have JBODS if your using a raid card. But the LSI card we use ...
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Linux HA Heartbeat Virtual IP Switching with domain name linked to it

I have heartbeat set up on two servers like so: Master: 10.15.1.50 Backup: 10.15.1.51 (Virtual IP: 10.15.1.52) So, the master always has 10.15.1.52 as well, but if it goes down, the backup will ...
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Can HAProxy load balance a remote site, while the server it runs on hosts another?

Bit of an odd question, and I know it's not ideal, but still..... I currently have a virtual machine that acts as a web server using Apache. This hosts a couple of different sites, with that being ...
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Where are Nagios Availability-Report files stored?

How to access Nagios Availability-Report files to retrieve "UP Time Percent" and so other information about Hosts and Services? I know It can be accessed through Nagios CGI but I want to use it on a ...
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mount.ocfs2: Transport endpoint is not connected while mounting…?

I have replaced a dead node that was running in dual-primary mode with OCFS2. All the steps work: /proc/drbd version: 8.3.13 (api:88/proto:86-96) GIT-hash: 83ca112086600faacab2f157bc5a9324f7bd7f77 ...
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How to do client side NFS failover in Linux?

I have a CentOS 6.3 client that needs to access NFS storage. There are two NFS servers that serve up the same content stored on a SAN with a clustered filesystem. How do I set up CentOS to failover ...
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What is the correct way to remediate an HA Cluster?

Background / Goal I have a VMWare HA cluster for production Machines with two hosts. It is currently set up so that it can account for the failure of up to one host. It does not use DRS. I need to ...
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How to setup Wordpress High Availability

I have installed Galera Cluster on 3 cluster + 1 management. I wanted to make it like this, Server1: Home (www.domain.com) Server2: For BBpress/Forum (Forum Tab Menu will forward to ...
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VMware Virtual vCenter and High Availability

To continue with this question: Should be Vmware vCenter server high available? According to the response there even if vCenter is down HA will continue to work. So, if my vCenter is a VM, using ...
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Choosing a database management system to maximize availability and scalability [closed]

If I was planning on choosing a database management system and know that the data needs to be available as close to 100% as possible and that it needs to scale as well as possible, is there a "best" ...
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could heartbeat v3 monitor service/resource status without pacemaker?

I am trying to setup a HA system based on CentOS, I want to use heartbeat v3 for the "heartbeat" mechanism, resource start/stop, looks heartbeat can get it done. But about the resource status, ...
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Does it work to run mysql with the data directory on a CephFS mount?

We have a database cluster that uses MySQL on DRBD with Pacemaker+Corosync, which is great. My question is whether it is possible (and whether anyone has been successful) to mount a CephFS drive to ...