[Linux-cluster] lvcreate: Error locking on node
jbrassow at redhat.com
Wed Sep 3 19:21:56 UTC 2008
clvm is a way to control/configure your storage in a cluster. It does
not provide storage from one machine /to/ a cluster.
There are several ways of making this happen though. You can use
GNBD, iSCSI, AOE, fibre channel, or pretty much any other method of
sharing block devices. Once all machines in your cluster can see the
same storage, then you will be able to use CLVM to configure/manage it.
On Aug 30, 2008, at 2:51 PM, Alexander Vorobiyov wrote:
> I try to create lvm logical volume that it was accessible through any
> node of my cluster, at refusal of any cluster node. I try to organise
> this storage through gigabit ethernet. clvm can provide these
> storage in
> this case or I am mistaken?
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