We use Lucene over GFS (no NFS), but the design of our
application updates Lucene from only one node at a time.
In general applications that utilize POSIX locking can handle
concurrent updates safely on GFS even with multiple nodes. It wasn't clear to
us whether Lucene supports this, however, and in your case NFS adds a layer to
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Subject: [Linux-cluster] gfs+nfs+lucene, anyone had tried?
I´m mounting a cluster using NFS over GFS and I´m going to
store a lucene index on it.
There are two nodes that write in this index, and I´m
worried about the index corruption.
So anyone have implemented something like this? any problem
I can find?