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Not sure which OS you are using but it is customary to do the following: Enable the modules: a2enmod proxy a2enmod proxy_http. In your case, you want to use AJP so you probably have to install a thing or two (e.g. a2enmod proxy_ajp). In your Virtual Host (you can do http.conf but it's not the most flexible way). This is what you have copied from your ...


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I have never tried nor seen a cluster spun across 2 (or more) subnets, so I don't know exactly how that would be set up. Since MS Failover Clustering supports having nodes reside in different IP subnets, I would place one of the nodes on the additional subnet using the extra IP address and the remaining IP from the main subnet I would use for the actual ...


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AFAIK, The CPU difference won't stop you from adding the host to your vCenter server. I have a client that has three vSphere 4.1 hosts in a vCenter server cluster all with different CPU's. You could migrate the powered off virtual machines to a new host without connecting this host to the storage array if you have a local datastore on the other hosts that's ...


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What you're looking for isn't what Windows Clustering was designed for. Windows clustering is based on the notion of a shared SAN drive. However you can look into active/passive load balancing, with disk mirroring. ARR is a Microsoft solution for load balancing web applications. As for the mirroring, you could use RoboCopy. However keep in mind, there is ...


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WiFi gives you 300 MBps only in theory. In practice it will give you way lesser bandwidth. And the more far the receiver will be from the transmitter - the lesser the bandwidth will be. $20 802.11n router is a piece of crap by design. Decent routers start from $200. $6 client adapter ... do you still believe in miracles ? You just painted out the perfect ...


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Yes, that is a reasonable way to still kind of test the storage without taking the cluster offline. You could also skip the storage tests entirely if you wanted to. That is not uncommon for adding more hosts to a live cluster. Of course if you have issues and need support, Microsoft will want you to run the full validation including testing all the ...


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Did you tried to look at the availability zones ? Maybe it could help you. About the containers, HA and LoadBalancing, could you explain a little more your need? Mesos is by design already redundant as it take care of tasks health and status, so you don't really need HA as you could see it on Virtualization platforms. The load balancing is also not really ...


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Yes, I did miss something. The problem is still that the underlying protocol (SCSI) is a stateful protocol. So even if I manage to shutdown the target (e.g. with forced stop) it will leave the activie initiators in a "hanging" state. But: In my use-case there is a solution to the problem. in vCenter disable all paths to a certain iSCSI-Server. That will ...


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So, I resolve my issue with ocf:pacemaker:ping, thanks to @Dok. # crm configure show node srv1 node srv2 primitive P_INTRANET ocf:pacemaker:ping \ params host_list="10.10.10.11 10.10.10.12" multiplier="100" name="ping_intranet" \ op monitor interval="5s" timeout="5s" primitive cluster-ip ocf:heartbeat:IPaddr2 \ params ip="10.10.10.100" ...



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