I have a clustered web server running on CentOS, with Apache 2.2. I'd like to be able to restart Apache, but rather than using the standard commands, I've been told by the architects that built the cluster, that I should be using clusvcadm -R.
When I make a change to web server configuration using Webmin or Virtualmin, as I understand it, the service is restarted on the local machine. There is a cluster control in Webmin, but (1) this seems to just run the same restart command on both machines; and (2) it is not accessible in Virtualmin.
Can I either:
(a) Make Webmin use clusvcadm rather than init.d; or
(b) Stop Webmin restarting Apache altogether, so I can accomplish the restart some other way?
So far Webmin has been great and I now have it on 7 servers, so I'm really hoping I can get around this without having to reinvent the wheel.
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