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[Linux-cluster] newbie: gfs merge



Hi,  
  
I installed gfs and all the cluster stuff on our systems and I didn't have  
the impression that I missed any of the steps in the manual. So I have to  
nodes which both have a gfs partition mounted. I can also mount these, if  
I exported them with gnbd. But I don't see the big difference to nfs yet  
(apart from maybe performance). I thought that if I name the  
gfs-partitions the same (clustername:gfs1) they would be magically merged  
or something like that. I thought this was meant by the notion in the docs  
that GFS does not have a single point of failure. Or that we could have  
redundant file-servers. What did I get wrong about all that?  
  
P.S.: I did the changes to /etc/lvm/lvm.conf regarding the locking 
(locking_type=2). 
 
Thanks for any help!!! 
 
wolfgang 

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