From: Brian J. Watson <Brian.J.W<atson@hp...> - 2004-04-27 19:39:19
Andreas Roos wrote:
>> It's also possible that you could NFS mount your root. This would also
>> require hacking around in the initrd, and unless your root is
>> read-only, there will be no coherency guarantees between nodes (i.e.,
>> a process could see an older version of its open file after migrating).
> Wouldn't it be possible that if the root node mount the NFS it provide
> the root tree to all the other nodes like it is when an other lokal fs
> is mounted as root?
This would be true if OpenSSI's CFS (cluster file system) could stack
correctly over NFS, but David ran into some complications with this.
> Nevertheless I will look at the readme. That you. I
> didn't thought of Lustre as a NAS solution. Thank you for your answer.
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