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SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension 12 SP5

Geo Clustering Guide Edit source

Geo clustering allows you to have multiple, geographically dispersed sites with a local cluster each. Failover between these clusters is coordinated by a higher level entity: the booth cluster ticket manager. This document explains in detail the setup options and parameters for booth, the Csync2 setup for Geo clusters, how to configure the cluster resources and how to transfer them to other cluster site in case of changes. It also describes how to manage Geo clusters from command line and with Hawk and how to upgrade them to the latest product version.

Authors: Tanja Roth and Thomas Schraitle
Publication Date: 09/10/2021

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