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    Lightbulb ZCS 6.0.x on Red Hat EL cluster

    Hi everybody,

    My question is about setting up ZCS on RHEL cluster.

    Does anybody know about ZCS support power fencing devices besides APC and WTI power switches?

    For example, I would like to use IBM RSA II module which is supported by Red Hat cluster software, as fencing device. Is it work with Zimbra installation scripts?

    Regards,
    Roman

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    The ZCS scripts are not able to handle it during the setup.

    However, once the cluster.conf is written by the setup script, you can modify it in anyway you want (as long as you do not break it), in order to use any kind of RHCS supported fence device (Dell DRAC, Compaq ILO, etc).

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    Hi Klug,

    Thank you for useful tip!

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