[Linux-cluster] Can clustered RHEL 5 use a SAN with different access rights for different nodes in the cluster?
pronix.service at gmail.com
Tue Jun 17 21:23:25 UTC 2008
yes , you can deploy than without gfs,but with gfs2 better
readonly access implement by anonymous (read only) users.
failover possible create - enough 2 nodes and drbd
2008/6/18 Richard Williams - IoDynamix <RichardW at iodynamix.com>:
> Please advise and/or redirect this posting if this is not the correct forum
> for my question - thanks.
> A company wants to use clustered rhel5 systems as inside/outside ftp
> servers. Users on the inside (LAN) cluster nodes can read and write to the
> SAN, while users on the outside (DMZ) cluster can only read.
> Is this application possible without GFS?
> If one node in the cluster fails, can the other node be provisioned to
> provide all services until recovery?
> Can a SAN be used as the "single" ftp location for both services (inside
> & outside FTP?)
> Does the customer need more than four systems (i.e. 2 inside - 2 outside) -
> is a separate "command" system required?
> Have Dell's m1000e & 600 series blades been certified for this operating
> Is there any documentation available regarding separate access rights for
> multiple nodes in a cluster available?
> Thanks for your constructive reply.
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