rajsourabh1 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 4 22:12:57 EST 2012
Node redundancy on redhat cluster depends on how cluster has been
configured. VIP has to be configured for node level redundancy.
It seems ,in your setup all the three nodes access same storage and GFS has
been setup in the same. GFS allows concurent access to same disk from
different nodes. However disk level redundancy has to be taken care from
the storage side.
Hope this helps.
On Sat, Feb 4, 2012 at 11:54 PM, unix syzadmin <unixsyzadmin at gmail.com>wrote:
> I have not worked on GFS before, but i am given additional resposibilities
> to support the existing GFS clusters and model the news ones after them.
> While I am currently going through the redhat documentation; I wanted
> explore other avenues for quick help on precisely documenting how the
> existing GPFS clusters are setup.
> The current setup has 3 Linux nodes running RHEL4 Update 7, all of them are
> allocated the same storage and access to the same GFS file-systems.
> I am not sure if this is setup like a cluster and if can sustain a disk or
> a node failure.
> Please point or suggest me in the right direction.
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