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help for hast and carp conf.

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koji
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help for hast and carp conf.

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hello , it's my first post on the forum, today i started to create something like a cluster, i have 3 disk of 4 tb on each vm.
i would like to implement carp and hast using the zfs with the raidz1 and usig this for my esxi .
i already search any how to, and i find only a thread wrote in the 2013 , i follow the how to and i was unable to complete the hast configuration.
so thereis any recernt guide a bit more specific ?
thanks everyone ;)

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Re: help for hast and carp conf.

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Look at this please http://blackcatsoftware.us/inprogress-c ... rphastzfs/. Very good step-by-step guide. From 2013, but still actual.

If you have specific questions, I will try to answer


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Re: help for hast and carp conf.

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Look at this please http://blackcatsoftware.us/inprogress-c ... rphastzfs/. Very good step-by-step guide. From 2013, but still actual.
That guide is pretty decent though I do not like that it implies you need two separate VLANs and interfaces. It can all be done with a flat network and interfaces on the same vlan/subnet. Also, the number of resources is arbitrary and up to you based on your configuration.

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Re: help for hast and carp conf.

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Two separate networks are quite logical. One interface is connected to a "production LAN" and the other network is only used to synchronize data between two nodes. Copying data to a NAS over one network and synchronizing both nodes' data will not be ideal. HAST can be compared to Linux DRBD version 9.0. Of course there are other solutions like GlusterFS, Ceph .... but the topic here is about HAST and FreeBSD - respectively XigmaNAS.

Greetings

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