[Linux-cluster] Cluster with shared storage on low budget
jeff.sturm at eprize.com
Wed Feb 16 21:08:55 UTC 2011
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> Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] Cluster with shared storage on low budget
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> | We don't want to allocate too more storage in advance, simply
> | it's easier to grow than to shrink. Stop the host, grow the volume,
> | e2fsck/resize2fs, start up and go. Much nicer than increasing disk
> | capacity on physical hosts.
> These might be good for ext3/4, but with gfs and gfs2 you can lvresize
> while the lv is mounted. In fact, we expect it.
> Just make sure the vg has the clustered bit set (vgchange -cy) first.
You know, that's a good point. We don't use GFS2 for any non-clustered
fs, right now, but why not? Are you saying I can do an online gfs2_grow
even with lock_nolock?
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