Supported Samba on Solaris (finally :-).
davecb at canada.sun.com
Fri Jun 22 12:08:26 GMT 2001
Shanker Balan wrote:
> "Each configuration is available in a standard or high availability
> version. For high availability and additional scalability, users can
> cluster from 2 to 32 nodes."
> Can anyone explain how this works? Are they still talking about Samba
Yes: the Veritas cluster software has hooks
sufficient to allow one to have a whole whack
of Sambae running on different machines, and
be able to fail over software from failing
machines to ones that are still up.
In principle it should be relatively easy to
build scriopt to fail over samba virtual servers,
and close to trivial if the cluster has a
big common filesystem...
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