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Re: [Linux-cluster] shared cluster.conf?



On Friday 17 March 2006 18:17, Patton, Matthew F, CTR, OSD-PA&E wrote:
> Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
>
> > Is there any reason not to put cluster.conf on a shared filesystem
> > that's mounted in fstab, and symlink /etc/cluster/cluster.conf to that
>
> wondered that myself. you can put the file on a shared volume (say /etc was
> actually on GFS for each node). "update" should ideally have a flag or
> better yet, a counterpart that says to "just reread the file and don't try
> to write a new one."
until now we didn't have any problems with cluster.conf on GFS. We are using 
it for sharedroots and did not encounter any problems with it. Even the 
ccs_tool update and cman_tool version works.
Regards Marc.
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