8.5.2. Creating a ZPOOL High-Availability Service

To create a ZFS High-Availability Service on RSF-1 you must first make sure you’ve created the ZPOOL on both nodes (or only one if they have a shared disk back-plane).

You may check pools and their status in the Pools menu in RSF-1 as well as in your Napp-IT GUI (if you’re using Napp-IT).

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Once that is done you may go to the Services → Add Service (Button is on the top right)

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Add the pool you wish to.

Now go to Virtual Hostnames → Add Hostname

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Give a Virtual Hostname to your Pool Service (e.g.: VIP-ZFSA) and an IP Address on your storage or LAN subnet. Keep in mind, if you have multiple network cards you might want to pick a specific one for management purposes and one for your virtual hostnames/ips.

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