Build a high-availability Linux Web server

Monday, 18 October 2004, 3:08 PM EST

In this first of five articles, learn what it means for software to be highly available and how to install and set up heartbeat software from the High-Availability Linux project on a two-node system. You'll also learn how to configure the Apache Web server to run as a highly available service.

Maintaining maximum system uptime is increasingly critical to the success of on demand computing. Unfortunately, many off-the-shelf solutions for high availability (HA) are expensive and require expertise. This series of five articles offers a lower-cost alternative to achieving HA services using publicly available software.

By Hidayatullah Shaikh at IBM.

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