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Re: [Linux-cluster] Re: Storage Problems, need some advice



On Tue, 2006-11-07 at 11:31 -0500, David Brieck Jr. wrote:

> After doing much more research I came across the DS300 by IBM. It uses
> SCSI drives, is fully redundant, does iSCSI and doesn't cost an arm
> and a leg (just an arm). My question is, their site says linux
> clustering isn't supported, but does it have to be? Doesn't iSCSI let
> you do the same thing GNBD does?
> 
> Also, I talked to someone on their chat who said I could use any U320
> drive with it, basically I could reuse the drives I already have and
> just not use my old enclosure. Does that sound right? Any reason I
> couldn't do that other than loosing all my data?
> 
> Anyone using a DS300? Seems like with 15k drives it would be pretty darn fast.

I haven't tried it, but I'm puzzled as to why IBM would say it didn't
work with "Linux clustering".

-- Lon


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