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Re: RE: [linux-lvm] extending LVM for school project



Sharad Tiwari,

I'm very interesting with your plan.I've shared disks in a clustered environment
and I'll plan to develop the LVM more available,be fit for cluster environment,
and if possible,make the storage pool in the LVM.

thanks,
zonk.

	

======= 2003-04-09 11:51:00 您在来信中写道:=======

>What about working towards making LVM cluster aware and making it more
>available, putting in better failover mechanisms in a clustered
>environment ...
>
>If the work is done for for a hybrid setup (no need to have a shared
>disk, or you may have a mix of shared disk and just a some disks
>connected to one of the nodes in the network.) you can save the cost of
>having to buy expensive disks and switches and can do the work with the
>available setup in the university.
>
>I am myself planning to work towards extending LVM2 for such a setup and
>we can share our work : )O
>
>Thanks,
>Sharad.
>
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >From: Kai-Min Sung [mailto:k kaisung com]
>> >Sent: Wednesday, April 09, 2003 11:25 AM
>> >To: Linux-lvm sistina com
>> >Subject: [linux-lvm] extending LVM for school project
>> >
>> >Hey everyone,
>> >	I'm a masters student taking a distributed systems project class
>> >and would like to work on extending LVM. My initial idea was to
>modify
>> >LVM and allow it to create physical volumes using disks on remote
>nodes.
>> >But then I read posts about using ENBD to achieve this. Do people on
>> >this list have suggestions or ideas for a fun/interesting project
>that
>> >could be accomplished within 10 weeks?
>> >
>> >Regards,
>> >Kai-Min Sung
>> >
>> >
>> >
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