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Hast on FreeBSD - How to make storage highly availble by using HAST.

Release Date: 2013-11
Rating: 11 votes


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  • Configuring a Highly Available Service on FreeBSD – Part 1: HAST

    In this first part of the series. Jeroen introduces HAST, a relatively easy way to make storage highly available on FreeBSD and introduces the hastd daemon and its configuration file /etc/hast.conf. Furthermore you learn how to control HAST with the hastctl command and how to recover from a splitbrain situation.**

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