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    Routing, switching, Linux, Geeking out!
  1. Yes, I have been updating my original post. The update shows that I am using Pacemaker which includes Corosync. Previously, The OpenAIS messaging layer was used over heartbeat; The current messaging and membership layer is Corosync when installing Pacemaker. I find that Pacemaker is truly a great project with many benefits and resources from other groups within the community. Good Luck. Billy
  2. Ummm, yeah, pbxnsip is probably still running. The http server and related files are embedded in the binary. So if you have the application running, this is what you are seeing. Hope this helps. Billy
  3. Sure! Windex http://www.windex.com/?sid=SEM&cid=Google
  4. UPDATE: * pacemaker-openais and pacemaker-heartbeat are gone; pacemaker now only comes in one flavour, having support for corosync and heartbeat built it. This is based on pacemaker's capability to detect by which messaging framework it has been started and act accordingly. * openais is gone. pacemaker 1.0.6 uses corosync. I have updated the above tutorial. Have fun! Billy
  5. Distribution used for pbnxsip cluster: Debian 5.0 Lenny Download at http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/daily-bu...386-netinst.iso This tutorial assumes you have a basic familiarity with Linux: 1. Know how to install the Linux operating system (if you can read, you will have no issues with some of the tutorials on the net.) 2. Logging in 3. Virtual consoles 4. Shells and commands 5. Files and directories 6. The directory tree 7. Partitioning of hard drives 8. Installing from source 9. Etc. I have 2 nodes: Each node has 2 network cards. Each nodes have 2 partitions.
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