Absolutly i do!
You need to use gfs2 and almost 3 journals (one for each node).
You can also add more journal with gfs2_jadd command.
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Inviato: mercoledì 11 febbraio 2009 17.20
A: Francesco Gallo - XiNet S.r.L.
Cc: linux clustering
Oggetto: Re: R: [Linux-cluster] R: [Xen-users] Storage questions
Ok sounds really good. Thank
you very much for your help.
You confirm that with iSCSI three nodes can access to the same files ? Is it
necessary to install GFS in order to do that.
On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 5:10 PM, Francesco Gallo - XiNet
S.r.L. <cluster xinet it> wrote:
I use IET (http://iscsitarget.sourceforge.net/)
compiled for CentoS 5.2.
It is really simple to use and configure.
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Inviato: mercoledì 11 febbraio 2009 16.45
A: linux clustering
Oggetto: Re: [Linux-cluster] R: [Xen-users] Storage questions
I have setup storage using openfiler as an iscsi-target. I use gigabit
interfaces, two links in channel bonding, and the iscsi storage serves
both a physical and a virtual cluster of XEN VMs.
> What about iscsi-target?
> You could transform a server in something like an ISCSI storage.
> I use this solution in my office with a tree nodes cluster.
> Francesco Gallo
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> Inviato: mercoledì 11 febbraio 2009 15.54
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> Oggetto: [Xen-users] Storage questions
> I am looking to set up a Xen array of servers and I don't really know how
> set up the storage subsystem.
> I have been looking for a little while and two options stand out for my
> setup. The problem is rather simple, I need a pool of servers to access a
> shared storage ressource.
> The first option is the easiest, NFS.
> The second option is a little more complex in appearance. I won't be able
> have enough budget to buy a SAN so that is out of the question. What I
> do is have a storage server with a bunch of disks. I would GNBD (or some
> other Network Block Driver) coupled with GFS. I am pretty new to these two
> concepts. I know that GNBD cannot be used alone if I want more then a
> server to access the storage space.
> What is more interesting with performance in mind ?
> Thank you in advance for your input,
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