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Is there a "Clustering" group or csgfs for centos6 ?
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What do you mean with "clustering group" and csgfs?
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Default [SOLVED] Clustering with Centos 6

Hi,

Thanks for the response. I meant the s/w group "Clustering" for yum groupinstall.

I found that the groups I wanted were "High Availability" and "High Availability Management".

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Stephen.

PS. I also needed to added the continuous release repo to get updates from it.
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