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=Introduction=
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Proxmox VE High Availability Cluster (Proxmox VE HA Cluster) enables the definition of high available virtual machines. In simple words, if a virtual machine (VM) is configured as HA and the physical host fails, the VM is automatically restarted on one of the remaining Proxmox VE Cluster nodes.
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The Proxmox VE HA Cluster is based on proofed Linux HA technologies, providing stable and reliable HA service.
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[[Image:Screen-HA-status.png|Screen-HA-status]]
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==Update to the latest version==

Revision as of 16:01, 18 January 2012


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Yellowpin.svg Note: Article about Proxmox VE 2.0 beta

Introduction

Proxmox VE High Availability Cluster (Proxmox VE HA Cluster) enables the definition of high available virtual machines. In simple words, if a virtual machine (VM) is configured as HA and the physical host fails, the VM is automatically restarted on one of the remaining Proxmox VE Cluster nodes.

The Proxmox VE HA Cluster is based on proofed Linux HA technologies, providing stable and reliable HA service.

Screen-HA-status

Update to the latest version