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Fwd: [Xen-users] vbd Sharing

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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Florian Heigl <florian.heigl@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: 06.02.2007 11:52
Subject: Re: [Xen-users] vbd Sharing
To: tim.post@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

2007/2/6, Tim Post <tim.post@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:

> I'm now looking for a _clean_ way of enabling shared rw access.

The only time this is an issue is when more than 1 guest using the
cluster FS is on the same physical dom-0 node.

this will be the standard scenario for now (haha)

the "w!" flag when specifying the VBD works very well. If your dom-u's
root file system is ocfs2, be sure to specify an appropriate initrd to
do the following :

Wow! all solved, thank You.
(could someone document this?)

You did a sort of difficult search. Quite a bit of what turns up in the
top 10 via any reasonable keyword search phrase will give you out dated

AoE is *very* nice for this, and has a very small overhead cost, and no
need for tcp offload cards since its a routless protocol. I recommend
looking into it, migrating becomes very easy once you do.

Right now It would still be one more service in dom0. Maybe I'll build
a small storage server with the next disk upgrades. Thanks for the

'Sie brauchen sich um Ihre Zukunft keine Gedanken zu machen'

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