[linux-lvm] Shared LUN without CLM
teigland at redhat.com
Wed Sep 21 18:49:17 UTC 2016
On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 01:46:12PM +0200, Zdenek Kabelac wrote:
> Dne 20.9.2016 v 18:07 Руденко Александр napsal(a):
> >Hi, friends.
> >I have strange question)
> >I have one shared LUN on many different hosts.
> >LUN is PV in some VG.
> >Each hosts can make any operation in this VG - create LV, remove LV, resize LV, etc.
> >If i want access to same LV on same host, i take "lvscan" and "lvchange -aey /dev/VG/LV_name".
> >I'm sure can't two modification VG in same time.
> >It work fine for me.
> >My question.
> >Can i not use the CLVM extension?
> >CLVM is great extension for LVM, but i will have more 100 nodes.
> >This count not supported in corosync.
> There is now (slowly) introduce another clustered locking support where
> the instead of 'dlm' locking engine it's using 'sanlock'
> It's targeting the 'many-nodes' clusters, might be likely worth to check.
> It has some advantages over clvmd/dlm and on the other hand some
> features are missing (i.e. remove node activation).
> But from the context you've show - it seems like it might be a good
> fit to start playing with..
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