Create a Highly Available NFS Service with Gluster and Oracle Linux

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Description

Learn how to install and configure a highly available NFS service on Oracle Linux using Corosync, Pacemaker, Gluster and Ganesha.

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Lab Overview

Provides four Oracle Linux systems provisioned with the following:

  • An oracle user account with sudo privilages

Note: When using the free lab environment, see Oracle Linux Lab Basics for connection and other usage instructions.

Intended Audience

Developer, IT Administrator, DevOps Engineer

Level

Advanced

Services

Oracle Linux

Technologies

Oracle Linux

Changelog

Apr 27, 2022 - Initial version
Jul 7, 2022 - Updated hostname reference

Difficulty
Advanced
Time Limit
2 hours


Views
2664

Students
155


Authors
Oracle Linux
Linux OS and Virtualization Engineering



Topics
Oracle LinuxLinuxOCINFSCorosyncPacemakerGlusterGanesha
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