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SubjectRe: [Linux-cluster] [RFC] nodemanager, ocfs2, dlm
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On Monday 18 July 2005 16:15, David Teigland wrote:
> I've taken a stab at generalizing ocfs2_nodemanager so the dlm could use
> it (removing ocfs-specific stuff). It still needs some work, but I'd
> like to know if this appeals to the ocfs group and to others who were
> interested in seeing some similarity in dlm/ocfs configuration.

Let me get this straight. The proposal is to expose cluster membership as a
virtual filesystem and use that as the primary membership interface? So
that, e.g., a server on the cluster does a getdents to find out what nodes
are in the cluster or uses inotify to learn about membership changes,
instead of subscribing for and receiving membership events directly from
the cluster membership manager?

Or what is this about, just providing a nice friendly view of the cluster to
the administrator, not intended to be used by cluster infrastructure
components?

Regards,

Daniel
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