Re: File System for attached storage?

2006-07-20 Thread Chuck Swiger
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

Re: File System for attached storage?

2006-07-19 Thread Jonathan Horne
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

Re: File System for attached storage?

2006-07-19 Thread Atom Powers
On 7/19/06, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 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

Re: File System for attached storage?

2006-07-19 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jul 19), Atom Powers said: 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