Chapter 5. Configuring Red Hat Cluster With system-config-cluster

Chapter 5. Configuring Red Hat Cluster With system-config-cluster

5.1. Configuration Tasks
5.2. Starting the Cluster Configuration Tool
5.3. Configuring Cluster Properties
5.4. Configuring Fence Devices
5.5. Adding and Deleting Members
5.5.1. Adding a Member to a Cluster
5.5.2. Adding a Member to a Running Cluster
5.5.3. Deleting a Member from a Cluster
5.6. Configuring a Failover Domain
5.6.1. Adding a Failover Domain
5.6.2. Removing a Failover Domain
5.6.3. Removing a Member from a Failover Domain
5.7. Adding Cluster Services
5.8. Adding a Cluster Service to the Cluster
5.9. Propagating The Configuration File: New Cluster
5.10. Starting the Cluster Software

This chapter describes how to configure Red Hat Cluster software using system-config-cluster, and consists of the following sections:

Tip

While system-config-cluster provides several convenient tools for configuring and managing a Red Hat Cluster, the newer, more comprehensive tool, Conga, provides more convenience and flexibility than system-config-cluster. You may want to consider using Conga instead (refer to Chapter 3, Configuring Red Hat Cluster With Conga and Chapter 4, Managing Red Hat Cluster With Conga).


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