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Old 09-30-2008, 05:42 AM   #1
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LXer: How To Resolve Veritas Disk Group Cluster Volume Management Problems On Linux o


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How minor device numbers can affect disk sharing within a Veritas Cluster! Today we're going to look at an issue that, while it doesn't happen all that often, happens just enough to make it post-worthy. I've only seen it a few times in my "career," but I don't always have access to the fancy software, so this problem may be more widespread than I've been lead to believe ;) The issue we'll deal with today is: What do you do when disk groups, within a cluster, conflict with one another? Or, more correctly, what do you do when disk groups within a cluster conflict with one another even though all the disk is being shared by every node in the cluster?

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