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Re: [Linux-cluster] mixing OS versions?




In the message dated: Sat, 29 Mar 2014 09:00:04 -0000,
The pithy ruminations from "Masopust, Christian" on 
<AW: [Linux-cluster] mixing OS versions?> were:
=> > => 
=> > => TAKE NOTE: RHEL/CentOS6 clustering is not quite ready for prime-time - 
=> > => if you enable GFS2 quotas and someone busts his quota the machine will => panic.
=> > 
=> > That's an example of why I no longer use GFS2. :)
=> > 
=> > Thanks,
=> > 
=> > Mark
=> 
=> Hi Mark,
=> 
=> what instead of GFS2 ?

GPFS, as I wrote in the message to which you replied:


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From: bergman merctech com
To: linux clustering <linux-cluster redhat com>
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] mixing OS versions?
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2014 18:35:42 -0400

[SNIP!]

For clarification, we're not using RHCS to manange any shared storage. The
only 'disk' component is the quorum disk.

We're using GPFS as the storage layer.

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=> 
=> br,
=> christian
=> 
=> 

-- 
Mark Bergman 


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