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Re: [Linux-cluster] GFS over DRBD



On Fri, Nov 16, 2007 at 04:01:09PM +0100, amrossi linux it wrote:

>  <<Since DRBD-8.0.0 you can run both nodes in the primary role, enabling
> to  mount a cluster file system (a physical parallel file system) one
> both nodes concurrently. Examples for such file systems are OCFS2 and
> GFS.>>

I didn't know about this feature.  It looks like this enables you to
run GFS without shared storage on 2 nodes (i.e. using two disks on
two nodes that are replicated as the device for GFS).

Is this what you were looking for?  I think DRBD only handles 2 nodes,
but I might be wrong in that.

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