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Linux Clustering

Linux Clustering

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Installation Manual
Prerequisite:
Operating system on all servers
Physical connectivity between shared storage andservers
(to be done by hardware vendor)
Configuring the disk on shared storage
Shut down server with init 0 command
Switch off the power button
Power on the shared storage wait till you get the message “
startupcomplete
”on the storage.
Switch on the server
When system will detects the hp smart array first controller (forsystem), will display the message logical drive found
Press F8 key When system will detects the hp smart array secondcontroller (for shared storage), will display the message logical drivefound and ask you the press the F8 key to configure the controller
select 1
st
option to create logical drive
select the as per annexure and press enter to create the logical drivefor quorum select last 2 disk
press F8 key to save configuration
again select 1
st
option again if you need to configure the more disk
press esc key to quit configuration menu
Creating quorum partition for cluster
Login as rootRun “fdisk /dev/cciss/c0d2(where c0 is controller name and d0 isdevice name pl see the annexure for details )1.Press “p” to see the partition details2.Press “n” to create new partition3.type “p” for primary partition4.type “1” for 1
st
primary partition5.press enter to !st cylinder6.type “ +100M” 7.again Press “n” to create new partition8.type “p” for primary partition9.type “2” for 1
st
primary partition10. press enter to !st cylinder11. type “ +100M” 12. press ‘w” to write and save the partition table
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13. press “q” to quit from fdisk menu
Creating data partition on shared storage for cluster
Login as rootRun “fdisk /dev/cciss/c0d2(where c0 is controller name and d0 isdevice name pl see the annexure for details )1.Press “p” to see the partition details2.Press “n” to create new partition3.type “p” for primary partition4.type “1” for 1
st
primary partition5.press enter to 1
st
cylinder6.type “ +100M” Repeat this process to create more partition and see the annexure forrespective cluster7.press ‘w” to write and save the partition table8.press “q” to quit from fdisk menu
Configuring raw devices for cluster
Edit /etc/sysconfig/rawdevices and make following entry /dev/raw/raw1 /dev/cciss/c1d0p1 /dev/raw/raw2 /dev/cciss/c1d0p2(where c1d0p1 is the device name please see the annexure for correctpartition name)
Installing the Red Hat Cluster Suite
The clumanager and redhat-config-cluster packages are required toconfigure the Red Hat. Cluster Manager. Perform the following instructionsto install the Red Hat Cluster Suite on Red Hat Enterprise Linux system.Installation with the Package Management Tool1. Insert the Red Hat Cluster Suite CD in your CD-ROM drive. If you areusing a graphical desktop, the CD will automatically run the PackageManagement Tool. Click Forward to continue
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2. Check the box for the Red Hat Cluster Suite, and click the Details link tothe package descriptions
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