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caioguioti
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Hi,

I'm building my infrastructure and my VPS can't stop, I need high availability. I have 10 nodes and a SAN storage.

Is there any way with Virtualizor? I do not care about the hypervisor. (XEN or KVM).

Thanks!
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asim_shaikh
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Hi,

Virtualizor does support High Availability with XenServer.

You can install XenServer on virtualizor to support High Availability.

http://virtualizor.com/wiki/Install_XenServer


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caioguioti
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Good news!

All configuration of HA is made on Xen, right? Or I need setup something on Virtualizor too ?
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asim_shaikh
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All configuration of HA is made on Xen, right? Or I need setup something on Virtualizor too ?
   
   


Hi,

You will need to configure HA configuration in XenServer, in Virtualizor you just need to set one variable $globals['is_cloud'] = 1; in /usr/local/virtualizor/universal.php file, to make Virtualizor aware that the XenServer is running a HA setup.
So based on the current VM location Virtualizor will automatically update its DB.


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caioguioti
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Ok, thank you!!
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machiasiaweb
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Hello,

Does it means currently it need using each HV platform HA features?    Like Xen server as mentioned or Virtuzzo itself also support HA.

How about KVM.  Any solution is available?

Thanks!
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