Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 10:06 PM, Colin <cbex at xplornet.com> wrote: > Thanks for the response Jerry. I'm in the middle of trying a different > approach, but I'm willing to do it the "right way" if there such a thing. Yes, with *nix, there is always a "right way". (Un)Fortunately, there is N+1 ways of implementing it the "right way", for all values of N, and for any value of "it". :-) > My use case is: > > I have two identical servers, each with a single SATA 500G drive. Each has 2 > NIC's being used as 1GB x-over, and 100MB for the network. > I plan to host virtual machines on a Debian Lenny OS with a large shared DRBD > mirrored partition. (and hopefully linux-ha with bonded IP's) And...so? Back to my original question - where does clvm fit in? jerry -- There's plenty of youth in America - it's time we find the "fountain of smart".