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Re: [Linux-cluster] A very basic question



yes, you would.

if not using GFS, nodes will cache the info they read and will not get updates of things that change on other nodes. I'm pretty sure it doesn't work even if you mount the file systems read-only... but I could be wrong about that.

So, you would populate the storage and then mount the rest of the nodes?

 brassow
On Dec 11, 2004, at 12:12 AM, Duncan Morgan wrote:

Hello,

I know some might consider this a very stupid question but I will ask
anyways because its answer will help me understand GFS a little bit
better.

If all nodes in a SAN environment to only read (no writes), would GFS
actually be needed?

Sorry for the question in advance :))

Duncan



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