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Re: [Linux-cluster] Re: 2 Nodes, IDE, no SAN Solution?



On Friday 08 October 2004 04:08, Adrian Immler wrote:
> > > i am interested in a system with more than 2 seperate PC's each
> > > with its own raid system ...
> > >
> > > some software that ties all those raids together to one big.
> > > coda? afs? lustre? intermezzo? pvfs? i do not need a system that
> > > serves "one share at the end" but a system where X PC can take
> > > part (config dependent) and where each server gives some defined
> > > HDD space to "the big share" and with some striping and
> > > mirroring. and with a general journal like gfs.... just a dream ?
> > > its not intended for clients, just a big "drive" between some
> > > servers where they share their drives to one big ...
> >
> > If I'm understanding you correctly, there is no good way that I
> > know of to do this now. But we are working on changing that.
>
> i got it working with PVFS ... no compilation errors and good
> documented ... sorry, but this should be an example for GFS ...

As far as I can see, PVFS doesn't have any mirroring.

Regards,

Daniel


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