Exactly, that is what i ended up with!
I have a simliar setup, but I just set a Service to manage the IP address and filesystems. It's not that difficult to manage two /etc/exports files...
From: linux-cluster-bounces redhat com on behalf
of Finnur Örn Guðmundsson - TM Software
I have setup a active-standby NFS cluster.
Everything is working like it should, except for one thing.
In HP ServiceGuard you use /etc/exports on each node in a active-standby cluster to manage exports, and there you can use the fsid=X for each filesystem you want to export (helps with stale nfs errors after a failover).
In RHCS i cannot seem to get the server to correctly use the options ...
Here is my service:
<service autostart="1" domain="nfsdomain" name="nfs">
<nfsclient name="nfshome" options="rw,sync,fsid=150" path="/home" target="10.50.102.128/25"/>
<nfsclient name="nfsdata" options="rw,fsid=50,sync" path="/data" target="10.50.102.128/25"/>
Would this not be the correct way ? Is there a other way to do this except for manually using /etc/exports and just have RHCS manage the IP address transfer beteween the nodes?
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