Appendix A. Example of Setting Up Apache HTTP Server

Appendix A. Example of Setting Up Apache HTTP Server

This appendix provides an example of setting up a highly available Apache HTTP Server on a Red Hat Cluster. The example describes how to set up a service to fail over an Apache HTTP Server. Variables in the example apply to this example only; they are provided to assist setting up a service that suits your requirements.

Note

This example uses the Cluster Configuration Tool (system-config-cluster). You can use comparable Conga functions to make an Apache HTTP Server highly available on a Red Hat Cluster.


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