Acrescentei uma nova utilidade que, de facto, lhe permite fazer um pouco de toda a coisa do agrupamento "Alta Disponibilidade", com falha de IP entre Linodes dentro do mesmo centro de dados. O utilitário não gere nem configura o failover de IP para si, mas permite que os endereços IP seleccionados dos Linodes ligados sejam trazidos à baila noutros Linodes.
Esta nova funcionalidade está localizada fora do separador Remote Access, clicando em "IP Failover".
I assume that if we want to use this feature you’ll try your best to get our redundant host in a different rack and on a different breaker?
[quote:24d3b1d3bb=”jeffml”]I assume that if we want to use this feature you’ll try your best to get our redundant host in a different rack and on a different breaker?[/quote]
Were you working on this when I opened a ticker for this?
or you just began after and finished the job?
Either way it is amazing! I will test this feature soon.
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Does linode supports “Ultramonkey” loadbalancing
Oh how did I miss this… nice 🙂
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How do I know that the 2 nodes reside in different hardware in linode?
Your Linode’s host will be displayed next to the ‘Host’ label on your Linode’s dashboard in the Manager. Our platform will try to make sure your Linodes are created on different hosts. If you end up with two Linodes on the same host, the Linode Support Team can help move one of them to a different host.