[Linux-cluster] Did you use GFS with witch technology?
brem.belguebli at gmail.com
Tue Jun 30 21:29:16 UTC 2009
VMFS is the clustered filesystem shipped with ESX.
If I understand well, you got the source code of GFS that you did recompile
on your ESX host, is that it ?
I think you're already out of support from VMware if so.
2009/6/30 Tiago Cruz <tiagocruz at forumgdh.net>
> Hello Ian,
> 'cause AFAIK I can't format one block device with VMFS.
> You can think in VMFS in some like LVM - just one abstraction layer and
> not a FS itself :)
> Tiago Cruz <tiagocruz at forumgdh.net>
> On Tue, 2009-06-30 at 12:54 -0700, Ian Hayes wrote:
> > On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 9:15 AM, Tiago Cruz <tiagocruz at forumgdh.net>
> > wrote:
> > Hello, guys.. please... I need to know a little thing:
> > I'm using GFS v1 with ESX 3.5 and I'm not very happy :)
> > High load from vms, freeze and quorum lost, for example.
> > Did you use GFS and witch technology? KVM? Xen? VirtualBox?
> > Not Virtual?
> > Witch version are you using? v1 or v2?
> > Are you a happy people using this? =)
> > If you're using ESX, why are you using GFS instead of VMFS?
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