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[Xen-users] Xen and High Availability

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Subject: [Xen-users] Xen and High Availability
From: Randy Katz <rkatz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2011 20:25:23 -0800
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Of those on the list that have implemented High Availability with Xen what
configurations are being used? And what degree of Fault Tolerance can be
expected? Ultimately would like to see fault tolerance and scalability at
the disk level and also at the VM (node) level where 3 or more nodes
can be utilized for automatic switchover. I have looked at some of the docs
and they all look like there is an active and an inactive node which switch if there is trouble (heartbeat), doesn't look like clusters of nodes are implemented,
please let me know, thank you in advance,


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