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[Xen-users] Remus Users?

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  • From: "Lippert, Kenneth B." <Kenneth.Lippert@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2010 11:11:49 -0400
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  • Thread-topic: Remus Users?

Is there a separate Remus Users' list?  I haven't found one yet.

If not... a Remus question:

Is it true that the main and backup servers have to be on the same
subnet - XXX.YYY.ZZZ.* ?  Or even more restricted than that, that they
have to be connected by hardwire somehow, with no intermediate switches?

Our primary reason for thinking of Remus is catastrophic fail-over for
important servers like license servers and such, which are accessed
globally.  If the main and backup servers have to be in the same
building and it gets hit by a tornado which blows them both away Remus
isn't going to help much.

Does anyone have Remus working on SuSE 10.1?   If so, what kernel did
you use?

Thanks in advance.


Kenn Lippert
Computation & Simulation Modeling, 
Product Manufacturing Division
Alcoa Technical Center.
Tel: 724-337-2691
Email: kenneth.lippert@xxxxxxxxx

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