We also use Veritas Clustering. Yes, it is overkill, but in a corporate
world this sometimes happens. SVN clients are purely on the HTTPS
interface so Apache is our service-facing client view. There are (2)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux servers using a SAN to persist the repository
data. Veritas takes care of ensuring the SAN and cluster IP are mounted
on the active node and that Apache is running.
> west alto <westalto_at_gmail.com> wrote on 03/22/2010 11:21:12 AM:
> > Any one tried High Availability with subversion, using Apache,
> > Heartbeat and NFS? Is this possible? any problems encountered?
> > My requirement doesn't need to be load balance, I just want that when
> > my primary subversion server is down my secondary server would be up.
> > Does not need to be realtime, but needs to be auto failover.
> We have successfully used Veritas for failover. Quite overkill for
> most purposes though.
> Kevin R.
Received on 2010-03-22 21:51:31 CET
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