> But N.B.: Having both heartbeat and RH cluster suite
> (required for GFS) on the one system is not necessarily
> particularly sane, as they do very similar things (being an
> infrastructure layer underneath GFS is only _one_ of the
> things the RH suite does!), so maybe something akin to the
> above in spirit but without involving linux-ha heartbeat
> would be better, it "should" be possible totally within RH
> cluster suite. But, um, I dunno how yet.
I think I could get failover NFS done pretty easily but I was quite
in getting active-active going. I was hoping to get it done within
Cluster but that seems not to be possible without using LVS. Does anyone
if it is possible to use LVS with just 2 servers?
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