[linux-lvm] clvmd leaving kernel dlm uncontrolled lockspace
pgadmin at pse-consulting.de
Thu Jun 6 17:54:16 UTC 2013
Am 06.06.13 13:06, schrieb matthew patton:
> --- On Thu, 6/6/13, Andreas Pflug <pgadmin at pse-consulting.de> wrote:
>> On a machine being Xen host with 20+ running VMs I'd clearly
>> prefer to clean those orphaned memory space and go on.... I
> This is exactly why it is STRONGLY suggested you split your storage tier from your compute tier. The lowest friction method would be a pair that hold the disks (or access a common disk set) and export it as NFS. The compute nodes can speed things up with CacheFS for their local running VMs assuming you shepherd the live-migration process.
The Xen hosts are iscsi initiators, but their usage of the san-located
vg has to be coordinated, using clvmd. It's just what xcp/xenserver
does, but with clvmd to insure locking (apparently xcp/xenserver relies
on friendly behaviour, using no locking)
> If the VMs all want to have a shared filesystem for a running app and the app can't be written to work safely with NFS (why not?) then you can run corosync and friends +GFS2 at that level.
The VMs have their private devices, each a LV on a san-vg.
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