[one-users] LVM Storage
jmelis at opennebula.org
Mon Mar 3 03:18:21 PST 2014
take a look at this community contributed driver:
It doesn't require a clustered lock mechanism.
On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 11:22 AM, Marcello Lodi <lodi at tng.iac.es> wrote:
> I am trying to plan an installation of ONE on a little cluster using xen
> with a shared storage device (fiber channel disk array).
> I saw on the documentation that if you plan to use LVM, it is suggested
> to use clvm in order to have one volume_group shared between the different
> nodes where the logical_volumes are defined (one per virtual machine).
> If we think about having a volume_group for every virtual machine,
> should it be possible to avoid using clustered lvm and in general any sort
> clustering software?
> Thank you, Marcello
> Marcello Lodi
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