On Thursday, 08 January 2009 at 15:36, Dan Horák wrote:
David Huff píše v St 07. 01. 2009 v 10:34 -0500:
> Dennis J. wrote:
> > My concern right now isn't so much about the configuration of these
> > technologies but with the fact that they don't seem to be maintained at all
> > right now and in various states of disarray.
> ahh I see what you getting at...
> > In the regular Fedora world this isn't such a big deal I guess because a
> > desktop user is unlikely to use OCFS2 or GFS clustering or setup iScsi
> > shares but with the creation of the server SIG I'm wondering what the plans
> > are with regards to bringing this stuff back to life.
> I have always just used tgtadm for setting up iscsi targets myself. I
> know that scsi-target-utils is a "tech preview" in RHEL however I am not
> sure its status in Fedora.
> I agree that the server sig may be a good place to try and get these
> tools more integrated for a Fedora Server.
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.
Here's one about Fedora 9:
I needed to move a module from one modular switch to another, which meant
disconnecting a couple of servers from their ethernet sockets for a couple
of minutes. Their network interfaces never came back. Reason? NetworkManager
never brought the interfaces up again even though the kernel logs showed
"Link up" messages. Solution: switch to the old networking scripts from
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