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SubjectRe: Linux Cluster using shared scsi
Mike Anderson wrote:
>
> Doug,
>
> A question on clarification.
>
> Is the configuration you are testing have both FC adapters going to the same
> port of the storage device (mutli-path) or to different ports of the storage
> device (mulit-port)?
>
> The reason I ask is that I thought if you are using SCSI-2 reserves that the
> reserve was on a per initiator basis. How does one know which path has the
> reserve?

Reservations are global in nature in that a reservation with a device will
block access to that device from all other initiators, including across
different ports on multiport devices (or else they are broken and need a
firmware update).

> On a side note. I thought the GFS project had up leveled there locking / fencing
> into a API called a locking harness to support different kinds of fencing
> methods. Any thoughts if this capability could be plugged into this service so
> that users could reduce recoding depending on which fencing support they
> selected.

I wouldn't know about that.

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