[nycbug-talk] CARP on FreeBSD [list thread fork]
ike at lesmuug.org
Mon Feb 28 13:53:37 EST 2005
Thought I'd fork this from the ntp thread in case it got noisy,
On Feb 28, 2005, at 1:35 PM, Dan Langille wrote:
> On 28 Feb 2005 at 13:25, Isaac Levy wrote:
>> ... boxes that go down could be physically taken offline for
>> perhaps weeks at a time- or never return to the cluster, so I'd like
>> try to make it as brainless as possible-
> CARP comes to mind.
For these systems in particular, where I'm doing a lot of jailing,
FreeBSD 4.x is de-facto production standard for me, for some time to
come... with that, I've got some longing reservations about diving
down the CARP path right now...
Dan: I know Carp is living a healthy life in FreeBSD 5.x, but do you
know anything I don't know, (or that google is witholding from me),
about CARP on FreeBSD 4.x?
So far, this is the only relevant stuff I found on the issue:
(Pyun YongHyeon, who ported CARP to FreeBSD 5.x, speaking on why he
doesn't care to port to FreeBSD 4.x... And with a tear welling up in
my eye, I can see his logic.)
Anyone have any good thoughts on this, or should just accept this and
plan to keep CARP fun relegated to ike-playland for the next year or
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