[Linux-cluster] RHEL4 clustering/GFS

Jason Lanclos jason at selu.edu
Thu May 26 14:22:57 UTC 2005

	Thanks.. That what I was thinking, but I wasn't sure.
	I was browsing the documentation on redhats site for GFS/Clustering,
	and it appeared that the only locking technique was by using gulm,
	and there are several references to a pool manager, but in looking at what
    I've pulled down from cvs, there isn't any pool manager.
	So I'm assuming this is old documentation.. Is there updated documentation
	for clustering/gfs?

On Thursday 26 May 2005 09:06 am, Michael Conrad Tadpol Tilstra wrote:
> On Thu, May 26, 2005 at 08:52:19AM -0500, Jason Lanclos wrote:
> > I've been testing RHEL4 with clustering/gfs using the RHEL4 cvs.
> > 
> > We are looking at upgrading our mail servers from RHAS 2.1 to RHEL4 and 
> > we would like to utilize gfs to help distribute the work on the machines.
> > 
> > My question is.. How does the CVS cluster/gfs differ from
> > cluster/gfs sold by RedHat for RHEL4?  
> It is compiled, put into rpms, and comes with a support contract.

Jason Lanclos                                        
Systems Administrator                                 
Red Hat Certified Engineer        
Southeastern Louisiana University		     

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