Chapter 1. Red Hat Cluster Configuration and Management Overview

Chapter 1. Red Hat Cluster Configuration and Management Overview

1.1. Configuration Basics
1.2. Conga
1.3. system-config-cluster Cluster Administration GUI
1.4. Command Line Administration Tools
1.5. Configuration Considerations

Red Hat Cluster allows you to connect a group of computers (called nodes or members) to work together as a cluster. You can use Red Hat Cluster to suit your clustering needs (for example, setting up a cluster for sharing files on a GFS file system or setting up service failover).


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