Pacemakers, Death by Storage, and Shooting Servers in the Head
Why High Availability Clustering is awesome
Richard is from England but currently lives in Nuremberg in Germany, and is employed as openSUSE Chairman and as a Linux Distribution Engineer in the Future Technology Team at SUSE.
Involved in openSUSE/SUSE since 2003, Richard has contributed to various aspects of the project, including supporting users on IRC, testing/bug reporting, packaging, marketing, ambassadors and artwork.
In addition to being Chairman, Richard is still involved as a maintainer of GNOME and the openSUSE branding packages, and working on openQA
This session will be an introduction to High Availability clustering, which is available in openSUSE and the SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension.
The talk will explain the basic concepts of high availability clustering, such as the Pacemaker Resource Manager, Corosync Cluster Engine, Resource Agents, Fencing Agents, and great acronyms like SBD (Storage Based Death) and STONITH (Shoot the other node in the head)
It will also give a very brief demonstration on how easy it is to setup a simple 2 node HA cluster on openSUSE 13.2 or Tumbleweed
- 2015 May 1 14:00
- 30 min
- Main hall
- openSUSE Conference
- Development, Technology & Security