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Re: [Linux-cluster] A few GFS newbie questions: journals, etc



How would something like that look?

would you use cman_tool to do it?



Lon Hohberger wrote:

>On Thu, 2005-06-30 at 10:52 -0600, Jon Scottorn wrote:
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>>Ok, so let me reiterate:
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>>   If I don't even care about quorum and the cluster.  I just want a
>>filesystem that will server out a block device, which is what gfs does. 
>>I'm not worried about "split brain" issues.  If we need to have quorum,
>>I want the number of nodes for quorum to be set at 1, which will be the
>>main server containing the data.  Any other node that connectes can just
>>access the data or go offline without causeing any quorum issues.
>>Is this functionality going to be possible, I want to use GFS for this
>>because if not, our other option is enbd but then we are limiting
>>ourselves very much.  We would have to create seperate partitions for
>>each node to mount, etc... a major PAIN to go that way but, it is not as
>>painful of having quorum fail and cause all of our nodes to go down.
>>    
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>Set a cronjob to reset expected votes every 10 minutes...
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>Good luck.
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