11.0 Quick Reference for Clustering Services and Data

You can use Novell Cluster Services to provide high-availability access to OES services and some Linux services. See the tables in this section for links to information about how to configure cluster resources for services and data.

Table 11-1 Clustering OES Services with Novell Cluster Services

OES Service

For clustering information, see

Archive and Version Services

Configuring Archive and Version Service for Novell Cluster Services in the OES 11 SP2: Novell Archive and Version Services Administration Guide.

Certificate Server

The NetIQ Certificate Server is not cluster-enabled. The Certificate Server service issues Server Certificate objects that might need to reside on each node in a cluster, depending on the service that is clustered.

See eDirectory Server Certificates in the OES 11 SP2: Novell Cluster Services NetWare to Linux Conversion Guide.

DFS VLDB

(Distributed File Services volume location database)

Clustering Novell Distributed File Services in the OES 11 SP2: Novell Distributed File Services Administration Guide for Linux.

DHCP Server

In the OES 11 SP2: Novell DNS/DHCP Services for Linux Administration Guide, see:

DNS Server

Configuring DNS with Novell Cluster Services in the OES 11 SP2: Novell DNS/DHCP Services for Linux Administration Guide.

eDirectory

eDirectory is not clustered because it has its own replica system.

File, AFP (Apple Filing Protocol)

Configuring AFP with Novell Cluster Services for an NSS File System in the OES 11 SP2: Novell AFP for Linux Administration Guide.

File, CIFS

(Windows File Services)

Configuring CIFS with Novell Cluster Services for an NSS File System in the OES 11 SP2: Novell CIFS for Linux Administration Guide.

File, NetStorage

Configuring NetStorage with Novell Cluster Services in the OES 11 SP2: NetStorage Administration Guide for Linux.

File, Samba

Configuring Samba for LVM Volume Groups and Novell Cluster Services in the OES 11 SP2: Novell Samba Administration Guide.

iFolder 3.9

Clustering iFolder Servers with Novell Cluster Services for Linux in the Novell iFolder 3.9.2 Administration Guide.

iPrint

Configuring iPrint with Novell Cluster Services in the OES 11 SP2: iPrint Linux Administration Guide.

QuickFinder

(Server Synchronization Feature)

Configuring QuickFinder Server for Novell Cluster Services in the OES 11 SP2: Novell QuickFinder Server 5.0 Administration Guide.

Table 11-2 Clustering Storage with Novell Cluster Services

Storage

For clustering information, see

Storage, Dynamic Storage Technology (DST) shadow volume pairs built with NSS volumes

Configuring DST Shadow Volume Pairs with Novell Cluster Services in the OES 11 SP2: Dynamic Storage Technology Administration Guide.

Storage, Linux POSIX volumes on legacy CSM (Cluster Segment Manager) containers

Section 14.0, Upgrading and Managing Cluster Resources for Linux POSIX Volumes with CSM Containers.

Storage, LVM volume groups and logical volumes

Section 13.0, Configuring and Managing Cluster Resources for Shared LVM Volume Groups.

Storage, NCP volumes

Storage, NSS pools and volumes

Section 12.0, Configuring and Managing Cluster Resources for Shared NSS Pools and Volumes.

Table 11-3 Clustering Linux Services with Novell Cluster Services

Linux Service

For clustering information, see

Apache Web Server

Apache HTTP Server in the OES 11 SP2: Novell Cluster Services NetWare to Linux Conversion Guide.

File, FTP

Cluster Enabling Pure-FTPd in an OES 11 SP2 Environment in the OES 11 SP2: Planning and Implementation Guide.

MySQL

Configuring MySQL with Novell Cluster Services in the OES 11 SP2: Web Services and Applications Guide.

A MySQL template is available that uses a shared LVM volume group and logical volume that you have already created.

Xen virtual machines

Section 15.2, Virtual Machines as Cluster Resources.

You can use XEN and XENLive resource templates to configure virtual machines as cluster resources that can be failed over between host (Dom0) environments.