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Re: [Linux-cluster] GFS configuration help


The GFS 6.0.0 Administrators Guide should walk you through everything you need 
to do:


On Wednesday 14 July 2004 13:35, Dexter Eugenio wrote:
> Hi,
> Need your help for my proposed setup below.
> 1. machine1 is the host server that is connected to the SAN, mounts the
> filesystem. This machine has read-write capability on the filesystem.
> 2. machine2, machine3, machine4 etc..  are the servers that mounts the same
> filesystem with read only capability. they are connected to a fiber switch.
> 3. future machines will be connected to the switch to mount the same
> filesystem as read only.
> Upon reading various docs, it says that i have to configure clustering? I'm
> not sure if that is needed in my setup. All i want to do is to emulate NFS
> capability, but instead of using the network, my machines are connected
> directly to the SAN. I might be wrong?
> Btw, i'm running RH ES 3.0 and has the GFS rpms from Redhat. I've installed
> it fine but I have no idea on how to configure it.
> I hope you can help me with any information you can give.
> Regards,
> Deks
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