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Based on requests from customers, we've published a procedure for configuring a RHEV-M (3.0) as a service on a highly available cluster. You can find it here:
The procedure combines multiple Red Hat products (Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, and Red Hat Cluster Suite) and technologies (iSCSI, luci, ricci, iptables, HA LVM and others).
We tried to be complete in our approach to configuring RHEV-M on a cluster in hopes that this procedure could serve as a model for configuring other applications to run in clusters that weren't particularly designed to do so.
Let us know if you have any feedback on the document. Thanks!