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    Default Questions regarding clustering.

    Hi all.

    From reading the single and multi node clustering documents, I am a little unsure if it's possible to do the following:

    1. An initial single node cluster install. (to get us up and running) with SAN storage connected.

    2. 2nd multi node cluster installation - ie we buy a new server to add to the cluster and give us failover.

    3.. future added nodes to cope with load.

    Do I need to split this up again or is what I'm proposing going to be ok?

    Also, must I use RedHat to do the clustering component, or can I use another distro, like Fedora or Ubunto LTS?

    Answers are kindly appreciated.

    Rgds
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    Quote Originally Posted by deecee View Post
    Also, must I use RedHat to do the clustering component, or can I use another distro, like Fedora or Ubunto LTS?
    At this time only RedHat Cluster Suite is supported.

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