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What you want do do can be achieved precisely with overlayfs. With it you can take your /full dir and another /notfull dir and mount them at /third-dir. Reads will seek through the /notfull into the /full and writes will go to a third dir. Have a look at the docs, remount the full dir away from the target name and then use overlayfs to recreate the ...
You won't be able to expand the space by mounting them both on /folder if that's what you want. If you want to create another directory like /folder/newshare like you said, you should be able to mount another NFS share there to make it seem like there's more space under /folder. I just confirmed that I could create a mount point for a NFS share inside ...
That is correct. Windows 2008R2 Standard Edition does not support Failover cluster. The failover cluster doesn't even show up in the list of features. I just checked it. Only Ent and Datacenter supports it.
dear all I found my answer https://community.oracle.com/thread/3714952?sr=inbox The behavior is expected with single node clusters in a geo-cluster configuration: If an entire cluster goes down then comes back up, the expected behavior is that geo edition stops the protection groups on the local cluster at boot up. The reason for this is that a ...
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