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RE: [Linux-cluster] Can clustered RHEL 5 use a SAN with differentaccess rights for different nodes in the cluster?



Hi,

If you have ability (in your storage system) to export that disk also via NFS, it's the simpliest way... you could restrict access just via mount/export perms and no gfs needed... works perfectly in ftp-usage.

-hjp




2008/6/18 Richard Williams - IoDynamix <RichardW iodynamix com>:

> Please advise and/or redirect this posting if this is not the correct forum
> for my question - thanks.
>
> A company wants to use clustered rhel5 systems as inside/outside ftp
> servers. Users on the inside (LAN) cluster nodes can read and write to the
> SAN, while users on the outside (DMZ) cluster can only read.
>
> Is this application possible without GFS?
>
> If one node in the cluster fails, can the other node be provisioned to
> provide all services until recovery?
>
> Can a SAN be used as the "single" ftp location for both services (inside
> FTP
> & outside FTP?)
>
> Does the customer need more than four systems (i.e. 2 inside - 2 outside) -
> is a separate "command" system required?
>
>
> Have Dell's m1000e & 600 series blades been certified for this operating
> system?
>
> Is there any documentation available regarding separate access rights for
> multiple nodes in a cluster available?
>
> Thanks for your constructive reply.
>
>
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