Monthly Archives: August 2009

HowTo monitor RedHat Cluster using snmp and python

Now that I am done with the implementation of RHE Cluster with GFS2, I now need to setup monitoring. As you all know, monitoring is a vital part of any environment. Even though we have a cluster of nodes setup, … Continue reading

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HowTo setup a Quorum Disk

Today’s tutorial will be on the infamous Quorum disk.  When I first setup my GFS2 shared Cluster of 3 nodes, I was quite impressed with the fact that 3 nodes were sharing the same file system.  Now that everything was … Continue reading

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HowTo Increase GFS2 Performance in a Cluster

In the last HowTo, I showed you how to setup GFS2 file system with Red Hat Clustering. I will now show you how to optimize the performance of your GFS2 mounts. The gfs_controld daemon manages the mounting, unmounting, and the … Continue reading

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HowTo setup GFS2 with Clustering

In my last project at work, I had to replace NFS with GFS2 and Clustering. So in this tutorial I will show you how to create a Red Hat or CentOS cluster with GFS2. I will also show you how … Continue reading

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