Re: Active software-based file replication?

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Hi,

--- Les Mikesell <[email protected]> wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-03-09 at 13:54, kmoogle wrote:
> > I was curious if anyone could recommend any
> software-based replication
> > software for a RH-based fileserver. I currently
> have 1 TB NFS server
> > hosting files for 10 linux clients and would like
> to add a second 1TB
> > fileserver - but have the filesystem actively
> replicated and available
> > should the primary server fail. I was looking for
> a solution similar
> > to Constantdata.com's Constant Replicator - but
> would appreciate any
> > suggestions.
> 
> There is some good info at http://linux-ha.org/. 
> You can run drbd or
> software raid1 over enbd to keep the contents in
> sync and a heartbeat
> based IP failover to switch, but there are a lot of
> details to get
> right.  Periodically rsync'ing to the backup server
> would be safer
> but not quite a real-time copy.

You may also like to take a look at:

http://www.linuxha.net

which is a high availability solution using the drbd
devices between two machines.

Michael.

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