On Wed, 2009-01-14 at 10:48 +0100, Milan Broz wrote:
Dennis J. wrote:
> On 01/08/2009 03:36 PM, Dan Horák wrote:
>> David Huff píše v St 07. 01. 2009 v 10:34 -0500:
>> The Server SIG is the right place for these technologies, but we are in
>> need of input from the "real world" about current deficiencies,
>> problems, success stories etc.
For questions about supporting the clustering technologies in Fedora better ask
on linux-cluster list (see https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/linux-cluster
> That's how I ran into the problems I mentioned. In the near future I will
> have to setup approx. 30TB of storage that needs to be available for 5-10
> servers. The problem is that OCFS2 seems to be just plain broken, the web
> configuration tool described in the RHEL 5 manual for GFS is no longer
> present in Fedora and the cluster configuration tool doesn't work because
> it tries to call command line tools in the wrong locations.
> What I'm wondering is that if fedora is the basis for RHEL then what are
> the plans for RHEL 6 regarding these technologies. AFAIK fedora 11 will
> form the basis for that but right now GFS and/or clustering in general
> seems to suffer from bit-rot.
> I'm just surprised that GFS is a cornerstone of RHEL 5 but now seems to be
> basically unmaintained or is the RHEL team maintaining forked versions of
> these tools?
I also subscribed to this list on Milan suggestion. I'll try to reply
asap to your query.
Generally we prefer to discuss everything on upstream mailing list.