Additionally, it comes with the HA Web Konsole (Hawk), allowing you to administer your Linux cluster also via a Web interface.This guide is intended for administrators who need to set up, configure, and maintain High Availability (HA) clusters.For services and support options available for your product, refer to
The last section provides an overview of the architecture, describing the individual architecture layers and processes within the cluster.
For explanations of some common terms used in the context of High Availability clusters, refer to Terminology.
Learn how to make use of load balancing and fencing.
In case you consider writing your own resource agents or modifying existing ones, get some background information on how to create different types of resource agents.
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