Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On Wednesday 13 August 2008 20:17, Carson Gaspar wrote: > > Alex wrote: > >> I read about lustre (from SUN Microsistems). It seems that is well > >> supported on linux (centos5/rhel5) and has support for raid/lvm/iscsi, > >> is scaling well and is easy to extend. Is that correct? Using lustre > >> can i join all volX (exported via iscsi) toghether in one bigger > >> volume (using raid/lvm) and have a SHARED STORAGE? > > You really need to tell us more about your use case, but yes, for what I > _think_ you're doing, you want Lustre (or something like it), not DRBD + > iSCSI + LVM + GFS + a pony. > > I suggest reading the whitepapers on Lustre's web site to see if it will > work for you. I already do that. Lustre is the solution. I grab some info from lustre guys and my goal will be possible using lustre without reinventig the weel. Of course, i should add few other computers to my present design to act as MDS/OSSes. Thanks to all for cooperation. Regards, Alx