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Re: [Linux-cluster] best way to mount gfs/gfs2?



On Mon, 2008-03-17 at 14:50 +0100, Maurizio Rottin wrote:
> Hi,
>       after some bonnie++ benckmarking it seems that the more nodes
> read or write, gfs2 is a lot better, but it seems to be very buggy. (i
> saved 10 minutes in running bonnie++ on 3 nodes with gfs2, respect to
> gfs)
> 
> Anyway, my question is what's the best way to mount a gfs/gfs2 fs?
> 
> I tried in this way:
> 1)i created gfs(2)
> 2)i created a failover domain for each node
> 3)i created a shared resource serving the gfs(2)
> 4)i created a service for each node for mounting that gfs(2) partition
> only on that node (associating it to its failover domain composed by
> only that node)
> 
> Is that the right way, or are there better ways to do that, or is it
> completely wrong?

It's better to just use /etc/fstab and chkconfig --add the gfs/gfs2 init script...

-- Lon



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