Chapter 5. Configuring Red Hat Cluster With system-config-cluster
system-config-cluster, and consists of the following sections:
system-config-clusterprovides several convenient tools for configuring and managing a Red Hat Cluster, the newer, more comprehensive tool, Conga, provides more convenience and flexibility than
system-config-cluster. You may want to consider using Conga instead (refer to Chapter 3, Configuring Red Hat Cluster With Conga and Chapter 4, Managing Red Hat Cluster With Conga).
5.1. Configuration Tasks
system-config-clusterconsists of the following steps:
- Starting the Cluster Configuration Tool,
system-config-cluster. Refer to Section 5.2, “Starting the Cluster Configuration Tool”.
- Configuring cluster properties. Refer to Section 5.3, “Configuring Cluster Properties”.
- Creating fence devices. Refer to Section 5.4, “Configuring Fence Devices”.
- Creating cluster members. Refer to Section 5.5, “Adding and Deleting Members”.
- Creating failover domains. Refer to Section 5.6, “Configuring a Failover Domain”.
- Creating resources. Refer to Section 5.7, “Adding Cluster Resources”.
- Creating cluster services.
- Propagating the configuration file to the other nodes in the cluster.
- Starting the cluster software. Refer to Section 5.10, “Starting the Cluster Software”.