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Old 08-02-2006, 06:24 AM   #1
fatemehtaj
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Shared Storage/SAN with linux


Hi All
I want to run a load balanved mail service using SAN. Mailservers should have access to a shared storage. I would have a SAN Storage, Operating system and obviously a cluster file system to manage the shared storage. I want to know which compatibily points should be considered. I will use Redhat enterprise AS4 and the SAN Storage is HDS 9999. If I use GFS as the cluster file system, should the SAN support GFS? If not should I chose another SAN solution or use another cluster file system manager like veritas? I would have same design in our web servers and mysql dabase servers. It's really appriciated if you could give me any idea.

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Fatemeh Taj

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