Hi folks, I’m finally getting around to the high availability for RHV-M (hosted engine) walk through demo that I promised. The truth is that due to unforeseen circumstances, I had to go to “plan b”. The end result is still the same, and the workflows are almost identical, but the “in betweens” are just a bit different.
Allow me to illuminate.. Continue reading “How to Setup HA for RHV-M pt2”
Hi folks! After plowing through my home lab, I’m ready to walk you through setting up RHV-M in a “self-hosted engine” (HA) configuration. I’ve talked about this in some previous articles if you need to familiarize yourself with what the significance is or why someone might want to go with this approach over a standard deployment.
Let’s get to it. Continue reading “How to Setup HA for RHV-M 4 pt1”
Hi folks! In one of my last posts, I hinted at bonding the underlying physical interfaces as part of the overall solutions for providing full High Availability. The hint was not for HA, but for an upcoming post.. HA is still very much a part of the modern data center, especially when you’ve got applications that users depend on. And as with just about everything thing in RHEV, configuring bonded interfaces is straightforward.
Let’s get started. Continue reading “Using RHEV 3.6 (Bonding Host Interfaces)”
This week we’re going to cover how to configure our RHEV system for High Availability (HA). Specifically to handle VMs that need to be restarted automatically should something happen to the underlying hardware. Keep in mind, not every VM needs HA and not every VM with an HA configuration needs the same priority. We’re going to cover that as well as some optional features that may or may not be needed for your VMs, depending on the scenario.
Let’s get started Continue reading “Using RHEV 3.6 (Configure HA Virtual Machines)”