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Re: [Xen-users] XCP and Gluster

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On Saturday 04 June 2011 07:16 PM, Mike McClurg wrote:
On 06/04/2011 04:23 AM, Scott Damron wrote:
I am interested in how Gluser and XCP would work together.  I see that
Gluster says they support running as a VM in Xen, but does XCP support
connecting to a Gluster presented volume for booting and running VMs?
Any good technical details would be greatly appreciated.



I haven't used Gluster at all yet, but I've been meaning to give it a try on 
XCP to see what I can do with it. Does Gluster allow you to share a volume as 
NFS? If that were the case, then XCP could use the Gluster NFS share as an SR, 
and you'd have Gluster underneath your XCP VMs, without XCP having any idea. 
Would this set up be helpful to you?


yes Gluster allows to share volume as NFS, I have tried it with XCP and the shared storage works very well...

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