Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hello, I am very excited that I found the DRDB project as this enables some excellent options with clustering I have a few questions that I feel are simple but would like some input from some experienced users. We are looking to utilize two redhat9 servers running raid locally in a high availability solution. DRDB looks like an excellent fit as it provides the best file mirroring that I could find and allows us to do this without a separate SAN or network attached storage solution. Will the ext3 file system function well in this solution, or is there another preferable file system? Should I have dedicated network cards for the DRDB mirroring? There will be a low volume of data. I am looking at using Ultra-Monkey or LINUX HA. I am leaning towards Ultra-Monkey as it seems to be more supported and tested for redhat9. Is there another solution I should be considering? Thanks for all your help, Dan