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comment Drbd Primary/Primary + iSCSI: accessing to different files avoids split brain?
Thank you Nils, so for what is my understanding even if ocfs it would not be sure, just a chance. Yes I'm going now with Primary/Secondary + ext3 but I just have fault tollerancy and not load balancing. Thank you
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comment Is it possible to upgrade php5.2 to php5.3 when it is side by side with php4 on CentOS 4.9 via WHM(HostDime)
Yes. You should consider the PHP 5.x the main PHP used by system (so you'll upgrade 5.2 to 5.3) and the 4.x as additional module handling .php4 files. I think you need to feel confident with system customization like compile php sources and configure the php module into apache. If you don't feel confident with these tasks, please invest some time in documentation and/or ask someone supporting you for this phase. Good luck!
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answered Upgrade php v4.3.9 to php 5+ on CentOS 4.8
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comment Is it possible to upgrade php5.2 to php5.3 when it is side by side with php4 on CentOS 4.9 via WHM(HostDime)
For what I know you need to do it by SSH and you need root access (you should have if I understood). Feel free to ask me further details if needed.
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answered Is it possible to upgrade php5.2 to php5.3 when it is side by side with php4 on CentOS 4.9 via WHM(HostDime)
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comment Drbd Primary/Primary + iSCSI: accessing to different files avoids split brain?
Thank you SvenW, if I understood this is because there is no way to separate and predict which block will be written by a node even if belonging to two different files, is it right? Do you think could be any scenario/solution to obtain a load balancing in order to not have a secondary node doing nothing all the time (except syncing from the primary node, of course)?
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comment Resolve hostname without FQDN
Hello Bart, you are right, it's working correctly this way. Thank you for your time :)
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comment Parametric bind answers
Great! Thank you!
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