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Re: [Linux-cluster] Lock manager serving multiple clusters



On Tue, May 31, 2005 at 08:55:02PM -0400, Rich Paredes wrote:
> Can 1 server serve as a dedicated lock manager for multiple clusters? 
> We have (2) 2-node clusters with CCS quorum on SAN.  We want to make
> another node (a 5th node) that will have access to both quorums and be
> a third lock manager for both clusters.   A couple of issues I've
> noticed is that you cannot start multiple ccsd daemons because it
> tries to bind to localhost port 50006 (I think that is the port
> number)
> 
> Any help will be appreciated.

Gulm can only be in one cluster at a time.  However, you can have many
filesystems using the same lockserver.  There is not anything that
requires every node to mount the same filesystems.

So what you would have to do given what you said above, is have one five
node cluster, where 2-nodes access one fs, a different 2-nodes access
another.

-- 
Michael Conrad Tadpol Tilstra
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