I have got e.g. two servers with Apache and Postfix and a virtual IP (from heartbeat-1). Well, heartbeat is working well and it is simple to deal with complete server outages, but how can I configure heartbeat, so that it also switches the server, if one of the above services fail?
Fencing is not heartbeat. Fencing is used to put the other node into a known state in case the heartbeat disappears. It's also known as stonith (shoot the other node in the head). Heartbeat go... [by TrevorH]
I am trying to do the two node clustering with serviceguard package in redhat 5 and I am following this link http ://pbraun.nethence.com/doc/sysutils/mcsg.html
Here They are mentioning 10.1.1 for network use and 10.1.2 and 10.1.3 for HeartBeat use,
I have a doubt, How to make a heartbeat network, Is there any procedure,
Shall I use 192.168.0 for network use and 192.168.10 for HeartBeat use