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[Linux-cluster] Re: any special requirement on scsi device?



On Fri, 2005-02-04 at 16:55, AJ Lewis wrote:
> From: Ming Zhang <mingz ele uri edu>
> Subject: Re: any special requirement on scsi device?
> Date: Fri, 04 Feb 2005 16:41:42 -0500
> 
> > hehe. confused.
> > 
> > so this is optional, but not mandatory. but how gfs decide whether to
> > use it?
> 
> There are cluster configuration file(s) that the cluster
> infrastructure on uses to handle this.  GFS itself (the filesystem)
> relies on the cluster infrastructure to handle things like fencing.
ic. thx.

> 
> > seems u are on this list as well. so do u have experience on iet+gfs?
> 
> I've not used iet yet, but I have run GFS on iSCSI with hardware iSCSI targets and the linux-iscsi initiator from sourceforge.
it is fine. i am thinking if i can run GFS on 2 linux running in vmware.

> 
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