[rabbitmq-discuss] Problem in high availability setup together with corosync

Christopher Grebs christopher.grebs at native-instruments.de
Mon Jan 30 13:23:06 GMT 2012

Hey Simon,

we power it off, so that when it comes back it needs to boot up again.

Cheers, Christopher.

On 01/30/2012 01:27 PM, Simon MacMullen wrote:
> On 27/01/12 17:49, Christopher Grebs wrote:
>> Now we kill mq01ha by pusing the virtual power button (virtual maschines
>> are great!), corosync moves the ip from mq01ha to mq02ha and the
>> consumers and producers proceed with their work. This works great and
>> everything is fine again.
>> Now (and this is the part where I need your knowledge) we currently have
>> the setup that if mq01 starts up again the ip address moves back to 
>> mq01.
> Just to be clear here: are you *powering off* the first VM, such that 
> when it comes back it needs to boot up again, or *pausing* it, such 
> that it comes back immediately with RabbitMQ on that VM unaware that 
> anything has happened?
> Cheers Simon

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