I have a doubt about High Availability using blade servers. In this case I have three server B200 , but in production are two, the third one is a spare , this blade will be in production if anyone of previous servers is fall down for any reason.
Is there a configuration in service profiles to do this?
Or , How I can do High Availability in automatically way, without administrator intervention , or a task ??
Not natively possible. This is because of the question - "how do you detect a server is down?" No network, no SAN, unresponsive etc.
There are many 3rd party management applications that can do this along with the XML API. When the management server detects a server is down, it can send an XML request to re-associate a profile to a new blade.
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