[linux-lvm] Is LVM supported in the REDHAT 2.1 cluster?
Marco.Shaw at aliant.ca
Mon Dec 2 06:28:02 UTC 2002
RedHat has only begun to bundle LVM in their products with RedHat 8.0 released at the end of September. That being said, the RHAS release cycle is something like 6-12 months, which probably means that RedHat Q&A will typically bang/hack away at a product for almost as long before they deem it "enterprise ready" according to their own standards. Once the product passes Q&A, they'll bundle it with RHAS.
I would expect to see some kind of LVM in RHAS 2.2 or 3.0...
From: Ioannis Lekakis [mailto:ilekakis at yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 8:18 AM
To: linux-lvm at sistina.com
Subject: [linux-lvm] Is LVM supported in the REDHAT 2.1 cluster?
I would like to ask if you know why the Advanced
Server version 2.1 doesn't support the LVM in the
shared storage and in the boot disks that run cluster
All the enterprise versions of UNIX (HP-UX, AIX etc)
have LVM. Why RedHat doesn't?
Thank you very much,
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