Posts Tagged “cman”

Creating a two-node RHEL cluster with Virtual IP using CMAN and Pacemaker.

CMAN v3 is a Corsync plugin that monitors the names and number of active cluster nodes in order to deliver membership and quorum information to clients (such as the Pacemaker daemons). We are using this to have a VIP (Virtual IP) being made high available.

Written on October 6, 2015
linux ha high-availability cman pacemaker heartbeat haproxy