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Re: [Linux-cluster] EXT3 service mounted on two nodes



Heh oh yea I understand all of that about EXT3..  It's in the cluster
configuration, not mounting thru fstab.

Josh


On 10/29/07 11:47 AM, "Bryn M. Reeves" <breeves redhat com> wrote:

>>> Are you sure about that? I've never known it do anything useful beyond
>>> spectacularly breaking the file systems involved.
>> 
>> I can't see why it would. If the fs is mounted ro, no harm will come to
>> it. Any writing, though, and you're likely to trash it faster than you
>> can type mount -o ro,remount. :-)
> 
> The "are you sure about that?" was at the idea that you could have the
> fs mounted writably and not run into problems unless you tried to write
> to the same files (or their metadata) on the two hosts simultaneously.
> Your original message seemed to imply that this would work.
> 
> Regards,
> Bryn.
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