Two Node Apache Web Server Clustering with Pacemaker on CentOS 7

11 Responses

  1. Roan says:

    Hi, I followed your guide and it works well for the most part. However I was wondering how you can change the html content after you make a resource of it in pacemaker. Thanks.

  2. anonymous says:

    Hi, nice guide, but I have a small problem. I am totally followed your guide, but in the end, node 2 doesn’t have partition storage part1, how to fix this problem? hope somebody can help me.

    • Bruce Malaudzi says:

      Hi, Your question has much info to help troubleshot. Please provide info, such command out. For example:
      # lvdisplay /dev/sdb
      # lvs
      # blkid
      # ls -lh /dev/mapper

      • Bruce Malaudzi says:

        Sorry for the typos. I meant to say that please provide us with enough information as you have not provided adequate info in the initial question.

  3. Leandro says:

    Beautiful guide. But if I need to extend the disk dynamically I will not have it. Because the disk you are with fixed size and not in lvm how to solve this

  4. Evan says:

    This was a very well written guide that worked for me. Thanks for making it!

  5. nawaz says:

    pcs stonith show
    scsi_fecing_device (stonith:fence_scsi): Stopped

  6. Iris Lames says:

    Hi Padeep Kumar, a job well done. I followed your instructions and I was able to setup my cluster. Cluster resource manages my httpd service. My question is, how do I restart the httpd service everytime I do changes on the configuration?

  7. santhosh says:

    Hi Pradeep,

    We are planning to purchase SSL certificate for Apache Webserver which is running in cluster. How to use SSL certificate for Virtaul IP, While generating CSR file CN should be Virtual IP or fqdn?

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