Appendix A. Example of Setting Up Apache HTTP Server
system-config-cluster). You can use comparable Conga functions to make an Apache HTTP Server highly available on a Red Hat Cluster.
A.1. Apache HTTP Server Setup Overview
httpdRPM package on all cluster nodes (or on nodes in the failover domain, if used) and configuring a shared GFS shared resource for the Web content.
chkconfig --del httpd
httpddaemon, the cluster infrastructure initializes the service on the active cluster node. This ensures that the corresponding IP address and file system mounts are active on only one cluster node at a time.
httpdservice, a floating IP address must be assigned to the service so that the IP address will transfer from one cluster node to another in the event of failover or service relocation. The cluster infrastructure binds this IP address to the network interface on the cluster system that is currently running the Apache HTTP Server. This IP address ensures that the cluster node running
httpdis transparent to the clients accessing the service.
httpdservice is started and stopped. This prevents the cluster systems from accessing the same data simultaneously, which may result in data corruption. Therefore, do not include the file systems in the