On Thu, 22 Jun 2000, Colin Whittaker wrote:
>> Say I had 2 hosts A & B, both have a scsi card ( id's 7 & 6 repectivly )
> and a scsi disk ( id 0 ).
>> This disk has a single filesystem on it.
>> Can host A mount the fs rw and host B mount it ro.
>> If host A goes away for some reason ( crash etc ) can host B remount the
> fs rw or will much stuff break.
try gfs -> www.globalfilesystem.org. designed exactly for this kind of
stuff. VALinux had a test cluster with 16 boxes accessing the same set of
disks... linear read performance..
let us know how it works if you try it.
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