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Re: [Linux-cluster] Does GNBD need to be clustered with the other servers?

On Thu, Jul 26, 2007 at 01:44:02AM -0700, Hal wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-07-25 at 14:35 -0400, Tracey Flanders wrote:
> > I have a question about a lab I am setting up. From what I have read and 
> > know about Red hat clustering I can't seem to find this answer. I have 3 
> > servers. One will provide storage access via GNBD for the other 2 servers 
> > using GFS. My question is do I add all three servers into a cluster config 
> > or do I leave the GNBD server out? I understand that the GNBD server will 
> > not be redundant. since it has the only server that has a phycical 
> > connection to the storage.  Thanks.
> If you intend to use gnbd fencing for the GFS nodes gnbd server should be in 
> the cluster.

The gnbd server node needs to be a cluster member for fence_gnbd to work.


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