On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 01:54:00PM +0000, kevin lyda mentioned:
> i have a db table that i want to share across multiple machines.
> after ignoring advice from one person, i finally copped on while talking
> with kenn. so i'm wondering if anyone here has used a distributed lock
> manager on linux. apparently stephen tweedie was working on one for
> clustering, but i'm wondering about how it (or other solutions) perform
> in the real world(tm).
Upgrade to VMS. It has a lock manager ready to go :)
BTW, does Coda have some sort of redundancy ? I know it has disconnected
modes etc. but the linux clustering heads reckon that it's good for
clustering...and I can't see how...
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