Elastix High Availability Cluster

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  1. Redfone

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    Redfone Communications has published a step-by-step How To for deploying a simple two node HA Elastix cluster utilizing the Redfone fonebridge2 for T1/E1 connectivity, DRBD for data replication and Heartbeat for cluster monitoring and fail over.

    Feedback on the article is welcome so we can make improvements where necessary.

    Link below;

    http://support.red-fone.com/downloads/e ... luster.pdf
     
  2. haamed

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    HI,
    is DRBD a software?..
    and is it free?
    or it is a part of Redhone products?..



    Thanks,
     
  3. ramoncio

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    Nice document.
    But it is based in heartbeat 1.X.
    Don't you have any heartbeat 2.0 working configs using crm to share??
    It is about time to migrate to v2 :)
     
  4. Redfone

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    Yes, DRBD is a software package that is part of the Linux-HA suite. www.linux-ha.org
    It is open source and as you can see in the document is installable through the yum utility.
     
  5. Redfone

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    Thanks for the feedback ramoncio.

    Well, heartbeat-2.0 is installed but the sample configs cite 1.0 features.
    To really benefit from 2.0's application monitoring capabilities somebody needs to write an Asterisk compatible CRM that can monitor the state of Asterisk and take action according to what is configured for heartbeat.

    It is an open source project with documentation. Anybody is free to create the script and make available to the greater community if they wish.
     

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