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Re: [Linux-cluster] GFS Storage cluster !!!!



If you have more than one machine, you could export a portion of you local hard drive to the other machines. You would then be able to test as if you had a SAN. GNBD/iSCSI can provide this capability.

 brassow

On Apr 25, 2008, at 5:47 AM, Sutton, Harry (MSE) wrote:

Hi Vimal,

You can configure a single node to use a GFS filesystem, but you must use manual locking, something you definitely wouldn't do on a multi-node production cluster.

  /Harry

Vimal Gupta wrote:
Hi Guys,

I want a storage cluster of 3 Nodes.But  I want to test first. So for
Testing I have one quad CPU server with CentOS 5.1. I don't have a SAN now . Can I configure this server as a one node cluster and use its one scsi HDD as GFS. Just for testing . (may be this is a stupid question).


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