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[Linux-cluster] Oracle on a two node cluster: which filesystem ?



Hi,
 
I'm building a two node HA oracle cluster on Redhat. (One active production node and a stand-by node with a test application, which can be shutdown if needed. local system disks, stroage on SAN)
 
The question is:
Which underlying Filesytem to use ?
We would prefer to use LVM with ext3 (stable , resize if needed, experience and knowledge in house)
 
But everybody seems to use GFS:
Why ?
 What are the advantages to LVM-ext3 ?
and
If we use GFS, what are the things to keep in mind ? 
 
/Frank Weyns
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