[Linux-cluster] Alternative to Shared Storage..
mm at yuhu.biz
Wed Jul 9 12:30:04 UTC 2008
You can also create your own shared storage using glusterfs.
This way the only thing you will need is a FUSE support in your kernels.
Without touching anything else on the system.
On Wednesday 09 July 2008 15:16:22 Rajeshwar Singh wrote:
> You you can use freeNAS to emulate an intel/amd machine as NAS and do all
> the testing (iscsi and nfs and cifs) of protocols.
> 2008/7/9 Singh Raina, Ajeet <ajeet.singh.raina at logica.com>:
> > Hello Guys,
> > Just Now I have been successful in configuring the two Node Fail-over
> > Cluster. It was tested on RHEL 4.0 U2.Now I have few queries and I know
> > you people gonna help me out.Since This was small two Node Cluster
> > Setup.I have few script which I am running on one primary server and on
> > disabling Ethernet on one , the other is taking responsibility to start
> > the same service plus rebooting the disabled system
> > That is working fine.
> > Now Let me tell you I don't have Shared Storage.Is there any alternative
> > for that.
> > Somewhere I read about iSCSI but donnno whether it will be helpful.
> > I have one RHEL System of 40 GB. Can I make it Shared Storage.
> > Its Just a matter of Testing a script.
> > Do Let me Know how gonna it be possible.Or Any Doc Which Talk about that?
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