|You should not be unmounting the GFS anywhere. GFS should be mounted everywhere. With proper fencing (which is a MUST, no avoiding it) GFS can recover from losing a node with no downtime. Then you just need to have the appropriate daemons and cleanup scripts running (usually from rgmanager).|
If you want to failover a normal volume (another way to do this), just use XFS, reiserfs, or ext3.
On May 30, 2007, at 6:29 AM, Daniel Fernanduz wrote: