On Wednesday 19 July 2006 18:55, Atom Powers wrote:
> All the modern storage cabinets have two data ports (mine has two
> SCSI320 ports) so they can be attached to two servers. But what kind
> of file system can you use that would make that data available to both
> servers?
> Splitting the storage in half isn't an option, as that doesn't give
> added redundancy.
> I've head of GFS and Coda, but I can't find any information about how
> stable these file systems are on FreeBSD 6.x.
> What do/would you use to share a storage device between two servers?

unless youre referring to some sort of SAN, ive never heard of a drive cage 
that was designed for 2 servers.  what model storage cabinet do you have, and 
does the manual say/show it being attached to 2 servers?  are you sure those 
2 ports are not one for in, and one for out?

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