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Re: [Linux-cluster] GFS without cluster?



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El 20/01/08 16:11, isplist logicore net escribió:
| Is there anything out there that would allow me to share my GFS
storage with
| other systems which aren't in the cluster?

You can serve a GFS standalone filesystem to other machines using
network filesystems such as NFS. You can even find active/active NFS
setups using Heartbeat, but you'll still have to solve locking issues.

Keep in mind that if you're going for network filesystems you can use
any traditional filesystem such as ext3, and it might make more sense
since you won't actually mount two or more GFS filesystems.
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