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comment Redundant and Load Balanced storage on FreeBSD?
@slm: Just because my other question was closed as "unclear", that's it. Should be clear enough now, right? =)
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comment Load balanced & Redundant Storage on FreeBSD
Authoritative specialist wont need a dummy-made question.
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comment Load balanced & Redundant Storage on FreeBSD
Rsync needs to run manually, which is not an option for real-time mirroring. Drbd - only Linux.
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comment Load balanced & Redundant Storage on FreeBSD
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comment Load balanced & Redundant Storage on FreeBSD
I also got confused with the first article - it makes an impression of HAST, but there nothing about HAST. =))) Also HAST cannot be A/A, it's always A/P.
Jul
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comment Load balanced & Redundant Storage on FreeBSD
I went through these articles, I found them on Google as well. First guide is about basic CARP load balancing, nothing to do with the storage or HAST. There is nothing to adapt between first and second guide, in HAST - 1 of 2 servers is always in stand-by mode (not available for reads and writes, so NO Load Balancing). Both links for setting up Corosync + Pacemaker are for Fedora and other OS, not FreeBSD though. Thanks for looking, but this is way too far from the OP. =)
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comment Load balanced & Redundant Storage on FreeBSD
Interesting, but looks too raw. No system requirements for the current version, no good docs. In requirements for the previous version it only supports CentOS. Wiki article outdated (2009).
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comment Load balanced & Redundant Storage on FreeBSD
"Redundant" assumes Mirroring or some kind of Sync running in between.
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comment Load balanced & Redundant Storage on FreeBSD
I'm okay using any free solution. How will ZFS sync between two physical machines? =)
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comment Load balanced & Redundant Storage on FreeBSD
What about mirroring stor0 and stor1? If 0 goes down, 1 will have different data. Not really solution.
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comment Load balanced & Redundant Storage on FreeBSD
You mean Solaris ZFS? Oracle is a corporation name. How come Solaris is related to FreeBSD? There is no more information to provide. Don't waste your time if you don't even read the topic.
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comment Extract UNIX dump file in Windows 7
Could you provide more detailed instructions? Which other things I need to adapt?
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comment Extract UNIX dump file in Windows 7
@Chris: if dump weights >100Gb - it will take forever to restore the whole thing when I need just 1 file.