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norwegianhost
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Hello,

We are currently running SolusVM, but one of the functions we are missing is clustering/HA support for our network. We have 2-3 slaves with SolusVM, and still 2 slaves not in use yet. The plan was to convert our solution into a HA system.

Than yesterday i found this on your webpage:

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Creating Clusters with Virtualizor is very easy. No messing about the terminal anymore. Just mouse clicks do your Job. You can add and remove servers from the cluster within minutes. You can also monitor the Resources like CPU, RAM and Disk used by the main server or the slave servers. All the information is Updated in real time and the information is displayed in a intuitive, simple yet detailed graphical interface.


I was trying to find some more documentation on how this is working. Can anyone tell me or point me in the correct direction?

Thanks.
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alons
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Hi,

Sir, please email us at sales [at] virtualizor.com and we will point you to the right place.

Regards,
Alons

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norwegianhost
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Hello,

I will do so, but I find it strange that you can not share that information in the forum as well.

Thanks
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