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[Xen-users] a question about multiple VMs share one file system

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  • From: Ming Chen <kingming0811@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 17 Jul 2009 11:50:00 -0400
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I have multiple VMs running in a cluster and migration is required. I have set them up by NFS and each VM has an independent file system(each one is a directory) on the NFS server. My question is, is it possible to let all VMs share one file system? How can I do that? If I change the privilidge to read-only, how does each VM write into their file system? Thanks for any help.

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