Nodes

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A cluster is a group of linked servers working together closely thus in many respects forming a single element for customers. The cluster consists of servers that are called nodes. which redistribute various functional roles. The cluster helps to ensure high availability of an application or service if one of the servers fails. It controls the failover process so that your application continues running on the second server without any loss of data and interruption in service.

In this module you can add new nodes to it, edit and delete existing ones, assign roles to the nodes, set up integration with the DSmanager control panel and much more.


Module «Nodes»
Image:T-bullet.gif View a list of nodes
Image:T-new.png Add node
Image:T-edit.png Edit node
Image:T-delete.png Delete node
Image:T-group.png Roles of the node
Image:T-servers.png Web-servers
Image:T-remcfg.png Control panel of the server

View a list of nodes

  • IP-address - IP-address of the node.
  • Roles - roles of the cluster node.
  • Number of web-servers - number of Apache web-servers that are running on this node.

Add node

To add a new node,click the "Add" and fill out the form:

Module «Nodes»
  • IP-address - provide a unique IP-address for the cluster node.
  • install node - select the check box to install the node on a physical server. Before doing so you should set up the configuration with the DSmanager control panel that is used to manage dedicated servers.

Edit node

To edit a node, locate the node you wish to edit, click the "Edit" icon and modify the settings you want to change:

Module«Nodes»
  • IP-address - provide a new IP-address for the cluster node.

Delete node

To delete a node, select him from the list and click the "Delete" icon. Confirm that you want to delete the node by clicking "OK" in the following window.

Control panel of the server

This form can be used to set up integration with the DSmanager control panel to install the cluster nodes. Click the "DSmanager" icon and fill out the form:

Module «Nodes»
  • Control panel URL - provide a full URL to the DSmanager control panel.
  • User - provide a username to get access to DSmanager.
  • Password - provide a user's password to access DSmanager.

Once you have set up the integration, you will be able to install your cluster nodes on the physical server.

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