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> > From: "wangxiaofan" <wangxiao...@opzoon.com>
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Sent: Thursday, December 29, 2011 8:21:43 AM
> > Subject: about shared disk file system
> > Hi there,
> > To support SAN storage in vdsm, is there any plan to use shared
> > disk file system, such as Red Hat GFS or OCFS2,
> > instead of lvm?
> One of the features we're adding to oVirt is the ability to have
> plug-able file domains. Today we support block based (iscsi/fiber)
> and NFS. We'll add support for generic filesystems .
> For some filesystems this will be pretty straight forward eg Gluster,
> GPFS but GFS adds some extra complications - it brings along it's
> own cluster stack that provides membership management, fencing etc.
so do gpfs and gluster.
as long as you don't mix LVM based domains with GFS you should be fine.
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