Thank you so much for your reply. I became a member yesterday but wasn't clear if they were showing a script or what I should be looking for. Is it a video I watch? Can you point me in the right direction.
Thank you sir. I read your post about leeches and feel better paying for the solution. I know you guys work hard to provide these solutions and truly appreciate you. Besides there is a ton of knowledge for members. So thank you again.
*****THIS SCRIPT NO LONGER WORKS WITH THE NEW 4.4 RELEASE*****
*****YOU NEED DEBIAN 8 FOR THIS AND POSTGRESQL 9.4 *****
*****MAKE SURE THE LOCALE IS THE SAME ON BOTH NODES *****
Locale can be checked by just typing the command: locale
As promised, follow the instructions EXACTLY. You should end up with a functioning two node cluster. I haven't integrated file synching for recordings, voicemails etc yet. There should be a tutorial to follow tomorrow on how to do that. In the meantime, enjoy!
This script will create a two server cluster with the minimum of input.
The script assumes you have two node with Debian 8 installed with systemd and ca-certificates.
It is almost as easy as a regular FusionPBX install.
Feedback, pull requests, suggestions and enhancements welcome.
If you are using PROXMOX with LXC containers please complete the procedure at the bottom of the page first.
On the slave we need to allow root SSH which is disabled by default on Debian 8. There will be a instructions to disable this again at the end if you wish to do so.
On the SLAVE node do the following:
sed -i 's/^PermitRootLogin .*/PermitRootLogin yes/g' /etc/ssh/sshd_config
service ssh restart
apt-get update && apt-get upgrade -y --force-yes
apt-get install -y --force-yes git
git clone -b stable http://git.directvoip.co.uk/digitaldaz/fusionpbx-sce-install
chmod 755 -R /usr/src/fusionpbx-sce-install
I have just updated and tested the script to deal with the postgres language problem. I'm also now going to delete any further posts. I want to try and keep the thread clean with only unaddressed issues.