Linux Cluster Management Console 1.7.6

A comprehensive management platform for handling Linux clusters that use Pacemaker, DRBD, KVM, LVM, Heartbeat, XEN or Corosync components

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What's new in Linux Cluster Management Console 1.5.14:

  • GUI: run LVM commands only after changing LVM configuration
  • GUI: fix stuff getting in the clipboard when LCMC starts
  • GUI: fix various exceptions
  • DRBD: don't overwrite by-uuid and by-id disks in the DRBD config
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DEVELOPED BY:
Rasto Levrinc
CATEGORY:
C: \ System \ System Miscellaneous
4 Linux Cluster Management Console Screenshots:
Linux Cluster Management Console - You can use the main window of Linux Cluster Management Console to create a new node.Linux Cluster Management Console - The Session menu allows you to save the current session or add a new host.Linux Cluster Management Console - You can easily add a new host by using the built-in wizard, which will guide you through all the necessary steps.Linux Cluster Management Console
Linux Cluster Management Console provides you with an intuitive application that can be used for configuring and managing Linux clusters.

The application is compatible with multiple types of devices, namely Pacemaker, DRBD, KVM, LVM, Heartbeat, XEN and Corosync. The built-in wizard is designed to assist you step-by-step in adding a new cluster / host and configuring the connection.

Last updated on January 9th, 2015

Runs on: Windows All

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#cluster manager #cluster configuration #configure cluster #cluster #configuration #Pacemaker #DRBD

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