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Re: [Linux-cluster] Is GFS2 stable for production system?



Hi,

In my experience, it is not really. We have been using the 'stable' version that comes with centos 5.2 and had to upgrade to beta releases to get it running properly. Now we have some fs corruption we can't solve because fsck keeps segfaulting. Some of the other tools don't work either, especially if your mixing versions of the different parts. (which is to be expected of course) I guess if your using the latest beta versions it runs stable, but some tooling just doesn't work properly yet. Might be out specific case of bad luck, but still...
I'm considering moving back to gfs1 for production.

Cheers
Arthur


On Nov 13, 2008, at 19:31 , Achievement Chan wrote:

Dear All,
Is GFS2 stable for production system? Is it still not defined as
stable by redhat?

I would like to use it with apache, and courier-imap (Maildir format mailbox)

reagrds,
Achievement Chan

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