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Re: [Linux-cluster] Active/Passive - GFS needed?

No at all ....
GFS is able to support FOS and multi write/read in the same FS. If you needn't use ext3.

2007/4/5, Jonathan Brassow <jbrassow redhat com >:
not really.  You could use cluster suite (rgmanager) for failover and use ext3.


On Apr 5, 2007, at 10:35 AM, Brad Filipek wrote:

I will have a two node cluster connecting to a fibre channel SAN (AX150). There is only one application on the server that our users will access by using telnet or SSH with a terminal emulator. If I setup this two node cluster up as active/passive, is there a need for GFS?



Brad Filipek
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