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Cluster and shared subsystem

Hi

If you have a HP ProLiant DL380 G4 Packaged Cluster with MSA500 G2
and one array (raid5), can you have 2 resources (NDPS and Zenworks)
Ndps on pool/volume "ndps" running on node 1 and Zenworks on
pool/volume "Zen" running on node 2 at the same time ?
or do I need 2 arrays for this ?

/mats
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Re: Cluster and shared subsystem

One array is fine.


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Re: Cluster and shared subsystem

One array, but multiple logical drives.

On Thu, 08 Sep 2005 09:45:44 GMT, "Mats Palsson"
<mats.palsson@NOSPAMnettrust.se> wrote:

>Hi
>
>If you have a HP ProLiant DL380 G4 Packaged Cluster with MSA500 G2
>and one array (raid5), can you have 2 resources (NDPS and Zenworks)
>Ndps on pool/volume "ndps" running on node 1 and Zenworks on
>pool/volume "Zen" running on node 2 at the same time ?
>or do I need 2 arrays for this ?
>
>/mats


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