There's no way to have a storage domain that is available in one cluster
but not available in the other, in the same dc. It is by design.
On Mon, May 2, 2016 at 6:39 PM, Arsène Gschwind
> Hi Idan,
> Thanks a lot for your answer,
Thanks a lot for your answer, that's clear now.
I will change my setup and use 2 cluster in the same DC instead.
In the case using 2 cluster in the same DC I've noticed that all Storage
domain have to be available for all clusters, in my case I use SAN
Storage. Is this by design or is
The only storage domain that can be shared between datacenters is the iso
But that's not what you're looking for. You can't share a data domain
between two datacenters.
As for importing a storage domain which is active on one datacenter to
another datacenter, there are two
I have in production the scenery something similar to what you've described.
The "enabling factor" is represented by an "storage virtualization" set of
appliances, that maintain mirrored logical volume over fc physical volumes
across two distinct datacenters, while giving rw simultaneus
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