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Old 04-28-2017, 09:39 AM   #1
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glusterfs volume mount options in a pacemaker cluster resource

I have a glusterfs volume built/served on 4 nodes/bricks glusterfs cluster

I can configure resource in CRM by:

crm configure primitive vol1_Glusterfs ocf:heartbeat:Filesystem params fstype="glusterfs" device="glustnode3:voldata1" directory="/opt"

it works fine but I am not sure if I should put there somehow backupvolfile-server option in CRM configuration. Is it possible?

In normal way, when I mount a glusterfs volume on a standalone node, I can add backupvolfile into /etc/fstab:

glustnode3:voldata1 /opt glusterfs defaults,direct-io-mode=disable,_netdev,noauto,backupvolfile-server=glustnode1 0 0

Is there any major disadvantage not having backupvolfile-server configured in a pacemaker cluster Filesystem resource?

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