[Pacemaker] Accessing GFS2 SAN drive, without Pacemaker?

Charles DeVoe scarecrow_57 at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 8 18:11:53 EST 2011

We have a three node cluster that we are going to run dedicated services on each box.  That is one will be used for analysis, one for data collection, one for mysql.   We need to be able to access data on a shared SAN drive using iSCSI.  2 nodes are running Fedora 16 and 1 node on Fedora 14.  The SAN is formatted using the GFS2 file system.  

Can we run just cman to control the access or do we need pacemaker as well?  Also, if we need pacemaker does the SAN volume need to be added as a resource?  
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