[SOLVED] sharing single LUN from a SAN for samba running on 2 or more machines
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Hi Anome, the problem is that I am running Oracle RAC and my application requires Samba share on both nodes by sharing the same LUN from the SAN, the only way out was to use an NFS mount on the two nodes and share it out using Samba.
I am quire sure that this is not the right way to do thing
I am not sure this is the right question but is there a way to use cluster filesystem with our configuring all this cluster environment (quorum disks, fencing etc)
1, ocfs2console dose not recognize /dev/mapper device
2, even though I add the entries in the fstab ocfs2 volume this is not getting mounted, but if I mount it sing ocfs2console this is ok
3, I have created the OCFS2 volumes and mounts on both nodes. But if I create a file on one node I have to unmount and mount to see the difference on the other node. Is this the way this should work (I doubt it).