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Re: [linux-lvm] if clvm based on rhcs?

1.there is few documents about cluster3,include http://sources.redhat.com/cluster/wiki/
do you know some where?
now i do not know what is redhat cluster?
2.gfs2 need /etc/cluster/cluster.conf,and express membership.
but clvm  seem do not have a cluster conf??
so what to make sure  nodes are clvm cluster number?
i guess  gfs2,clvm,need a cluster conf to conform membership?
3.if there can be  more than 1 cluster in cluster.conf? for example ,a cluster for gfs2, another for clvm cluster?
4 if i am boring ,forgive me if so.

At 2011-03-01 12:51:48,Sunil_Gupta2 dell com wrote:

For gfs2 to be used it is good to use with the cluster but not necessarily check the release notes but if clvmd is used then cluster is necessary .


Cman is no more a kernel module but cman is the primary service which must be running to set up the cluster.




From: linux-lvm-bounces redhat com [mailto:linux-lvm-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of yue
Sent: Monday, February 28, 2011 10:56 PM
To: Alberto Rivera
Cc: LVM general discussion and development
Subject: Re: [linux-lvm] if clvm based on rhcs?


1.my storage base on fc-san.

i have to use a dfs with cluster-sense,i am testing gfs2.

in order to resize storage space, i want to use clvm + gfs2.

i want to know if it is required to install redhat cluser,cluster-storage ? and create a cluster?


2.my kernel 2.6.32, fc12, cman-3.0.17

i find no cman.ko,if it do not need cman.ko anymore?



At 2011-02-25 11:39:18"Alberto Rivera" <pollochicken gmail com> wrote:


2011/2/24 yue <ooolinux 163 com>

i use san ,  clvm based on san.

if i have to install rhcs ,if i want to use clvm?





Can you be a bit more specific with your request ?   Are asking how to you use clvm in RHCS ?    Whether you are using san, or any other method of external storage, you require to have the lvm2-cluster rpms in order to be able to use clvm with RHCS.


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