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What do your system have ? Did you verify prerequisites with Microsoft Cluster requirement ? https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn505754.aspx#BKMK_ClusPrereq


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I have asked myself the same question, since I found clusterssh's dependence on X11 or XQuartz on Mac OS X annoying, and on top of that the terminal windows opened by clusterssh looked uglier than those in Terminal.app That's how I stumbled upon a tmux-based script from Joerg Jaspert on his blog: ...


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Assuming your rabbitmq clients can tolerate a dropped connection, you can consider what's described here. our cluster is behind a VIP. When we want to upgrade a cluster, we spin up an alternate cluster and switch the VIP over to the alternate cluster. Meanwhile, we have tooling that moves messages between clusters. When the 'master' cluster's ...


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For the clock part, look at ntp. All the clocks will be maintain synchronized from the net. For the UID part, I suppose that you speak about users ? Then look at the NSS extensions. You may use NIS, LDAP...


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You can either set up an external authentication source such as a directory server with ldap and configure each machine to authenticate against that. Or like you said, configure ssh keys on each machine and then copy the keys over to each of the others. Keys gets my vote unless your deployment is huge in which case centralised auth might be a good move in ...



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