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Additionally, it comes with the HA Web Konsole (Hawk), allowing you to administer your Linux cluster also via a Web interface.
This guide is intended for administrators who need to set up, configure, and maintain High Availability (HA) clusters.
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Support for geographically dispersed clusters (Geo clusters) is available as a separate extension to the High Availability Extension, called Geo Clustering for SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension.
Both approaches (GUI and CLI) are covered in detail to help the administrators choose the appropriate tool that matches their needs for performing the key tasks.
This guide is divided into the following parts: Before starting to install and configure your cluster, make yourself familiar with cluster fundamentals and architecture, get an overview of the key features and benefits.
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