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



Does this mean that it should work fine (i.e. no known issues) as a
local only file system (one node, with lock_nolock)?

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Kevin Anderson wrote:
> For anything prior to the latest Fedora 9/10 kernels and RHEL 5.3, GFS2
> is not considered stable and has known blatant issues with cluster
> coherent operations.   RHEL 5.3 beta has been released with a working
> GFS2. This will move from our tech preview status to supported when RHEL
> 5.3 GA version.  No one should be running GFS2 in a cluster production
> environment prior to these versions.
> 
> Kevin
> 
> On Fri, 2008-11-14 at 02:31 +0800, 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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