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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5Cluster Administration
Configuring and Managing a Red Hat Cluster
 
Cluster Administration
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Cluster AdministrationConfiguring and Managing a Red Hat ClusterEdition 5
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. In accordance with CC-BY-SA, if you distribute thisdocument or an adaptation of it, you must provide the URL for the original version.Red Hat, as the licensor of this document, waives the right to enforce, and agrees not to assert,Section 4d of CC-BY-SA to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law.Red Hat, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, the Shadowman logo, JBoss, MetaMatrix, Fedora, the InfinityLogo, and RHCE are trademarks of Red Hat, Inc., registered in the United States and other countries.Linux
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Configuring and Managing a Red Hat Cluster 
describes the configuration and management ofRed Hat cluster systems for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. It does not include information about RedHat Linux Virtual Servers (LVS). Information about installing and configuring LVS is in a separatedocument.
 
iii
Introduction v
1. Document Conventions ................................................................................................... vi1.1. Typographic Conventions ..................................................................................... vi1.2. Pull-quote Conventions ....................................................................................... viii1.3. Notes and Warnings ........................................................................................... viii2. Feedback ....................................................................................................................... ix
1. Red Hat Cluster Configuration and Management Overview 1
1.1. ConfigurationBasics ..................................................................................................... 11.1.1. SettingUp Hardware ......................................................................................... 11.1.2. Installing RedHat Cluster software ..................................................................... 21.1.3. Configuring Red Hat Cluster Software ................................................................ 21.2. Conga ......................................................................................................................... 41.3.
system-config-cluster
Cluster Administration GUI ................................................. 61.3.1.
Cluster Configuration Tool
.............................................................................. 71.3.2.
Cluster Status Tool
.......................................................................................... 81.4. Command LineAdministration Tools ............................................................................. 9
2. Before Configuring a RedHat Cluster11
2.1. General Configuration Considerations .......................................................................... 112.2. Compatible Hardware ................................................................................................. 122.3. Enabling IP Ports ....................................................................................................... 122.3.1. Enabling IP Ports on Cluster Nodes .................................................................. 122.3.2. Enabling IP Ports on ComputersThat Run
luci
................................................. 132.4. Configuring ACPI For Use with Integrated Fence Devices ............................................. 132.4.1. Disabling ACPI Soft-Off with
chkconfig
Management ...................................... 152.4.2. Disabling ACPI Soft-Off with the BIOS .............................................................. 152.4.3. Disabling ACPI Completely in the 
grub.conf
File ............................................ 162.5. Considerationsfor Configuring HA Services ................................................................. 172.6. Configuring max_luns ................................................................................................. 202.7. Considerationsfor Using Quorum Disk ........................................................................ 212.8. Red Hat Cluster Suite and SELinux ............................................................................. 222.9. Multicast Addresses................................................................................................... 222.10. Considerations forUsing
............................................................................... 23
3. Configuring Red HatCluster With Conga 25
3.1. Configuration Tasks.................................................................................................... 253.2. Starting
luci
and
ricci
................................................................................................ 253.3. Creating A Cluster ...................................................................................................... 273.4. Global ClusterProperties ............................................................................................ 273.5. Configuring Fence Devices ......................................................................................... 303.5.1. Creating a Shared Fence Device ...................................................................... 313.5.2. Modifying or Deleting a Fence Device ............................................................... 333.6. Configuring Cluster Members ...................................................................................... 333.6.1. Initially Configuring Members ............................................................................ 333.6.2. Adding a Member to a Running Cluster ............................................................ 343.6.3. Deletinga Member from a Cluster .................................................................... 353.7. Configuring aFailover Domain .................................................................................... 363.7.1. Adding a Failover Domain ................................................................................ 373.7.2. Modifying aFailover Domain ............................................................................ 383.8. Adding Cluster Resources .......................................................................................... 393.9. Adding a Cluster Service to the Cluster....................................................................... 393.10. Configuring Cluster Storage ...................................................................................... 41

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