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Re: [Linux-cluster] GNBD, how good it is ?



Hi,
Did you find the GFS documentation I wrote?
It's available at:

https://open.datacore.ch/page/GFS
https://open.datacore.ch/page/GFS.Install

I certainly did, very nice it is too .. :)

The later document includes two sample cluster.xml files for a two node
setup and for a three node setup with manual fencing.

Urm, yes, it does.

However, after reading some of the 6.0 docs, this covers about 2% of the things you can do with cluster.xml .. (!)

After getting a cluster "working" I started looking at services, shared IP's etc .. I didn't really stand a chance with all the "don't edit by hand" stuff in the 6.0 docs - they don't list the cluster.xml's to go with the examples, they just give screen shots of the config apps ... :(

Regards,
Gareth.



Regards
- - Amir
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Amir Guindehi, nospam amir datacore ch
DataCore GmbH, Witikonerstrasse 289, 8053 Zurich, Switzerland

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