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RE: [Linux-cluster] test



If it helps, I got 5 messages from you.

3 with a subject of test, one with a subject of Not getting through, and one was
the email about NFS4 + RHCS documentation.

Additionally in answer to your question, I've found it easier to get /etc/exports
sync'ed on all nodes and a floating IP between cluster nodes - rather than
including NFS definitions in /etc/cluster/cluster.conf.

I was using NFS4 on RHEL5 (cluster nodes) and RHEL4 (NFS clients).

For some reason I just couldn't RHCS to play nice with NFS, where NFS4 was
concerned.  But as soon as I took it out of the service configuration in
cluster.conf NFS4's own failover features seemed to work well.

Regards,

Stewart



On Fri Feb 27 14:32 , "Kovacs, Corey J."  sent:

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>testing again, sorry for the bother.
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