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Configuring Lustre for Failover

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For more information about failover in a Lustre file system, see [http://wiki.lustre.org/manual/LustreManual18_HTML/Failover.html#50638962_pgfId-5529‎  Chapter 8: Failover] in the [[Lustre Documentation|''Lustre Operations Manual'']].
 
For more information about failover in a Lustre file system, see [http://wiki.lustre.org/manual/LustreManual18_HTML/Failover.html#50638962_pgfId-5529‎  Chapter 8: Failover] in the [[Lustre Documentation|''Lustre Operations Manual'']].
  
For a user-contributed guide to configuring Lustre failover with Pacemaker, see [[Using Pacemaker with Lustre]]. '''''Note:''' Using Pacemaker with Lustre is not officially supported at this time.''
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For a user-contributed guide to configuring Lustre failover with Red Hat Cluster Manager, see [[Using Red Hat Cluster Manager with Lustre]].
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For a user-contributed guide to configuring Lustre failover with Pacemaker, see [[Using Pacemaker with Lustre]].  
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'''''Note:''' Using Red Hat Cluster Manager or Pacemaker with Lustre is not officially supported at this time.''

Revision as of 18:22, 30 December 2010

(Updated: Feb 2010)

If you plan to enable failover server functionality with Lustre™ (either on an OSS or MDS), you must add high-availability (HA) software to your cluster software. You can use any HA software package with Lustre.

For more information about failover in a Lustre file system, see Chapter 8: Failover in the Lustre Operations Manual.

For a user-contributed guide to configuring Lustre failover with Red Hat Cluster Manager, see Using Red Hat Cluster Manager with Lustre.

For a user-contributed guide to configuring Lustre failover with Pacemaker, see Using Pacemaker with Lustre.

Note: Using Red Hat Cluster Manager or Pacemaker with Lustre is not officially supported at this time.

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