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Re: [hobbit] Hobbit following cluster nodes (or can I include a file in localclient.cfg)
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- Subject: Re: [hobbit] Hobbit following cluster nodes (or can I include a file in localclient.cfg)
- From: "L.M.J" <linuxmasterjedi (at) free.fr>
- Date: Wed, 03 Feb 2010 11:01:04 +0100
- References: <1037115664b9a6b80665f063a71cfc2d (at) imap> <201002021005.32717.stef.coene (at) docum.org>
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On Tue, 2 Feb 2010 10:05:32 +0100, Stef Coene <stef.coene (at) docum.org> wrote:
> On Tuesday 02 February 2010, L.M.J wrote:
>> I have a passive/active cluster on 2 Linux servers :
> For AIX, I created a script that runs on each cluster node. Each node
> a normal hobbit client running. I also have an entry in bb-hosts for
> clustered application.
> I have a config file where I link the ip address to the Xymon name I used
> in bb-hosts (or you can use an other method in stead of the ip address to
> out wich applications are running a cluster node).
> Each cluster nodes runs a external script that uses the previous config
> file to figure out wich applications are running. For each application,
> generates a file with the same syntax as the normal hobbit client does
and it sends the
> content with the correct hobbit client name to the xymon server.
> You can see the syntax if you click on 'Client data available' on a disk
> So basically, I have a hobbit client running per application on the
cluster that behaves
> exactly like a normal client. I even configured external tests per
application in the config file.
Thanks Stef for the info but it's not that clear for. Is it possible to
share with some sample config and script file please?
In fact, you create a script in "client/ext/" that's generate the right