Re: XFS file system Pre-Release

Date: Thu Feb 01 2001 - 17:34:56 EST

In article <> you wrote:
>> What support does XFS provide for clustering?
>> Pavel

> This statement is a little misleading, the clustering software is other
> stuff from SGI, they just have xfs filesystems on the machines.

One reason for this is, that in a shared nothing cluster on fail over you may
have to have a filesystem check. and that is simly taking too long if you do
not have a log filesystem. Thats why reiser, jfs, xfs or ext3 makes sense here.

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