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Re: [Linux-cluster] Clustered Volumes



OCFS2 is a shared disk filesystem similar to GFS{,2}.  Some of the
others you mention I would consider to be distributed filesystems in
that not all nodes need to (or possibly are allowed to) see the same
physical storage.  They can probably all be considered clustered in the
sense that multiple nodes play in the same logical storage.

Brian

Balagopal Pillai <pillai mathstat dal ca> 2008-12-18 16:22:
> I don't think OCFS2 is a clustered volume. It could be Lustre, PVFS2,  
> GPFS, CXFS, PNFS etc
>
> Balagopal
>
> Brian Kroth wrote:
>> OCFS2 might be what you're referring to.
>>
>> http://oss.oracle.com/projects/ocfs2/
>>
>> mparadis logicore net <mparadis logicore net> 2008-12-18 13:42:
>>   
>>> Someone replied to a question I posted about GFS and mentioned a
>>> shared, clustered volume, instead of GFS. Anyone here know what this
>>> person might be referring to? 
>>>
>>> Mike
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