AN!Wiki :: Openais
OpenAIS is the open-source implementation of the SA Forum's Application Interface Specification. It's a vendor-neutral specification that is used to define how high-availability applications work together. It's goals are to mask not just hardware failures, but also application-level faults.
The core OpenAIS configuration files are /etc/ais/openais.conf and /etc/ais/amf.conf.
This specifies the fully qualified path to the openais configuration file.
The default is /etc/ais/openais.conf.
This specifies the fully qualified path to the openais Availability Management Framework configuration file.
The default is /etc/ais/amf.conf.
This specifies the LCRSO that is used to parse the configuration file. This allows other configuration file parsers to be implemented within the system.
The default is to use the default openais configuration file parser which parses the format specified in openais.conf.
This specifies the fully qualified path to the shared key used to authenticate and encrypt data used within the Totem protocol.
The default is /etc/ais/authkey.
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