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RE: [Linux-cluster] SAN file system to be shared to multiple nodes



 
You most likely want a 2.6 kernel based system. AFAIK redhat gfs
in a developer version is free to download, all GPL?

Michael
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[mailto:linux-cluster-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of rturnbull
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2006 2:04 PM
To: linux clustering
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] SAN file system to be shared to multiple
nodes

Hello Lon,
    Ok. I'm fine with it not packages directly with Slackware. However
there are a few concerns that I have in meeting this demand that I have
this SAN working in 2 weeks time. ;) (Damn bosses).

    Anyways, I know there is kinda two versions of GFS. The Redhat GFS
or the OpenGFS project.  I'm fine with OpenGFS and getting that to work.

However the first things that I come across are kernel patches to make
this work.  Is there any kernel patches for 2.4.26 kernels. I noticed
its 2.4.20 and 2.4.22 but nothing for 2.4.26. 

    Who is the best to contact for support on OpenGFS?  Sounds like the
project is well, dead at the moment.....


Thanks

Ryan

Lon Hohberger wrote:

>On Tue, 2006-01-10 at 13:22 -0700, rturnbull wrote:
>
>  
>
>>So my question is, what is the best file system available that is 
>>production worthy and capable of running on a Slackware 10.2 distro.  
>>Naturally, I would guess a lot of people would say GFS or OpenGFS, 
>>    
>>
>
>GFS is production ready and stable - and designed precisely for what
you
>are trying to do.
>
>However, I do not know if anyone has packaged it for Slackware.  I know
>it has been packaged for other distributions (apart from Red Hat
>Enterprise Linux), though, such as Ubuntu and Fedora Core.
>
>  
>
>>however is it stable and production ready.  What about other shared
file 
>>systems such as InterMezzo or Coda?
>>    
>>
>
>These are distributed/disconnected file systems which solve a different
>paradigm, and they require a server (or replicated servers).
>
>GFS (6.1) does not require a server - for locks or data.  There is a
>distributed lock manager for managing internal metadata and POSIX
locks,
>and all clients have direct access to the SAN storage.
>
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