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IBM V7000 firmware upgrade effect on mounted LUN

We've IBM storwize V7000 Storage where the firmware is going to be upgraded to latest version.. This will require a reboot to the storage. I've got arround 10 LUN's (almost 10TB) coming from this ...
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1answer
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Beowulf cluster storage setup [closed]

I'm a Computer Engineering student working on a project with a Verari blade cluster, a bit outdated for today standards. I had acquired some Unix experience but I'm not an expert at all. This Verari ...
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1answer
129 views

Best method to share ISCSI lun across cluster of app servers

I'm in the process of migrating our cluster to new hardware. We use bare metal servers, no virtualization. Currently, we have around 30 "application" servers. When we make an update, we push the ...
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2answers
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Sharing a SAN LUN across 2 clients

I have an ISCSI SAN that we purchased to store images for our cluster (2TB of images). After reading, we probably should have gone with a NAS rather than a SAN, but back to the point. I'm going to ...
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0answers
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No disks were found on which to perform cluster validation tests

I am trying to make a cluster of two Hyper-V machines running Windows Server 2012. There is a SAN available in which I have created several partitions to use such as J drive, K drive L drive etc. ...
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Liferay cluster with SAN storage with ext3 [duplicate]

I'm deploying an liferay portal in a cluster which has 2 node load balanced, and config both to access to the same data location in a SAN storage devide. The problem is each node can not see the other ...
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0answers
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Server 2012 cluster - SAN volume - failover not working

The following configuration is available: - 3 HP SAN disk Enclusores / 2 SAN controller; HSV200 (FC) - 2 HP Brocade SAN switches - 2 HP blade servers, each with a QLogic FC HBA QMH2462 - SAN volume is ...
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0answers
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How could I share data from a SAN?

I am considering deploying a SAN but I have found contradictory information. The thing is that I would like my cluster nodes to be able to read the same data from a unique source (I have a ...
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2answers
314 views

Clustered file systems as XenServer storage

I want to use shared storage for a XenServer environment with 4 host servers which are running various VMs under XenServer. Planning to use 2 extra servers as storage with high availability of some ...
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2answers
930 views

Performance of Cluster Shared Volume file copy from SAN

I am hoping someone can help me out with a strange issue. We are running a Microsoft Failover Cluster with Server 2008 R2 and an Equallogic PS4000 SAN. Our main configuration has 2 Dell Poweredge ...
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1answer
279 views

SBD killing both cluster nodes when there are even small SAN network problems

I am having problems with stonith SBD in a openais-based cluster. Some background: The active/passive cluster has two nodes, node1 and node2. They are configured to provide an NFS service to users. ...
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2answers
226 views

wall command + broadcast message not appears on second cluster machine

I have two cluster solaris machine ( machine1 , machine2 ) I have connection between two machines ping and ssh work fine ( cluster is fine ) more /var/tmp/mesg TEST I execute the following ...
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2answers
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How good is failover of the iSCSI target on a two-node linux san?

I'm evaluating the possibility to use two off the shelf servers to build a cheap iSCSI redundant SAN. The idea is to run linux, pacemaker, and an iSCSI target - something like the SAN Active-Passive ...
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1answer
136 views

double mount check with ext3

I have two nodes connected to a SAN, and I want to be able to mount an ext3 partition on node B when node A goes down. I know I could use a shared filesystem, but for simplicity and performance I ...
2
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2answers
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Building a SAN with a MD3000(i)

I've been by here as a lurker a few times in the past, and have found it nothing but helpful, now I have a question of my own. I'm charged with creating a VM cluster solution and have been looking ...
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Failover clustering: tempdb on SAN?

We are considering clustering our SQL Server 2008 EE instances. The storage is on SAN. Can we put tempdb data/log files on SAN? What are the pros and cons on this solution? For optimal performance, ...
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1answer
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Software to repliacte data in a Cluster Shared Volume in real time from DAS attached to Server 2k8 R2 HyperV cluster to an identical setup?

Are there any software solutions that will be able to handle replicating the data from one SAS based DAS (a Dell MD3200) attached to two R410 servers running clustered Server 2008 R2 Hyper V instances ...
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2answers
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Xen guests accessing LUNs

We are using RHEL5.3 with a Clarion SAN attached by FC. Our situation is that we have a number of LUNs presented to Hosts and we want to dynamically present the LUNs to Xen Guests. We are not sure ...
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How to share a volume between VM in ESX 4?

I want to access a single volume from vmware ESX4 vms, in three ESX hosts with datastores in an Equallogic PS6000 SAN. I know how to manage the datas (through a cluster filesystem), but I cannot seems ...
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1answer
577 views

Cannot increase Datastore

We have an ESX 4.0 cluster with 2 hosts, EMC Clarion SAN storage with 10 LUNs. We have added 2 new 400 GB LUNs. All the LUNs are visible from both hosts. I have extended an existing 500 GB datastore ...
0
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2answers
841 views

SAN + MySQL replication- is that what I want for my load-balanced Drupal cluster?

I need to put together a Drupal instance using Drupal's built-in multisite features, which will allow me to use a single code base for all the sites- a big time-saver and headache-preventer. We're ...
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2answers
94 views

HPC Data-Access & Storage Design

I'm currently working with a cluster-configured application that stores all data locally for each child node. We're having issues scaling up properly and are looking into traditional SAN and ...
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8answers
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Is iSCSI SAN still a spof in a cluster? Can it be highly available?

I'm currently evaluating a Win2k8 two node file server cluster that is connected to a Win2k8 Storage Server iSCSI SAN. The failover is working perfectly, but I'm now wondering what will happen if the ...
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3answers
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Experience with CVS on a clustered filesystem

I would be interested in any experiences using CVS on a clustered file system with mulitple servers accessing it. I guess this is similar to what providers like SourceForge do. Currently we use a ...
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Cheapest iSCSI SAN for Windows 2008/SQL Server clustering?

Are there any production-quality iSCSI SANs suitable for use with Windows Server 2008/SQL Server for failover clustering? So far, I've only seen Dell's MD3000i, and HP's MSA 2000 (2012i), which both ...