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[Xen-users] Running XEN in redundant setup.

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  • From: "Sten Fredriksson" <stenfredriksson@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2007 15:33:25 +0200
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I'm looking for some information how to setup a redundant XEN
environment, with active-active or active-passive XEN Dom0's. I'm not
sure if the drbd setup fits me as this system is going to be in
production (please prove me wrong!). What alternatives do I have for a
redundant setup? Anyone running a redundant setup and want to share
their experiences and thoughts?


// Sten

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