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Re: [Linux-cluster] architecture discussion -- NFS clustering with iSCSI



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Terry escribió:
> Well, I am having a heck of a time wrapping my head around how
> clustering and gfs are related.  My application is an N+1 type of
> configuration (grid computing).  I don't need any application
> clustering that cluster suite offers.  I just need a file system that
> they can all mount in read/write.  I might just have to get a couple
> of RHEL5 boxes up and going to fully understand this.  Is cluster
> suite and gfs included in RHEL5? Or how does that work?

Just FTR, you can have the cluster suite and GFS in other Linux
distributions. I run a GFS-based cluster on Debian, and I know others
that do the same thing. Just in case you are wondering if you need to
invest time and energies on setting up a different operating system.

Jose
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