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NSC:SharedDiskFlag

Based on the information found here...

http://www.ndsengineers.com/showthread.php?mode=hybrid&t=120005

does it make sense that if you wanted to revert back to "not" using the
SBD/Shared storage that you could just change the NSC:SharedDiskFlag
from true to false?

In other words, we originally setup our 2 node OES Linux cluster to use
a SBD and Shared Storage. We are currently not using this space and we
like to re-allocate this storage back into the san for other uses. In
essense, we want to reconfigure our 2 node oes linux cluster to run
without shared storage.

Has anybody done this?
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Re: NSC:SharedDiskFlag

Bob Bobber wrote:
> Based on the information found here...
>
> http://www.ndsengineers.com/showthread.php?mode=hybrid&t=120005
>
> does it make sense that if you wanted to revert back to "not" using the
> SBD/Shared storage that you could just change the NSC:SharedDiskFlag
> from true to false?


The info is stored in two places. eDir in the attrib you mentioned,
and somewhere inside the file system. Try use NSSMU, Devices, and I
think F6 for Share/unShare. (Test on non-production first please!!!)
Of course, my advice is for Netware, and now I finally read and saw your
comments are regarding OES Linux. Hmm...

> In other words, we originally setup our 2 node OES Linux cluster to use
> a SBD and Shared Storage. We are currently not using this space and we
> like to re-allocate this storage back into the san for other uses. In
> essense, we want to reconfigure our 2 node oes linux cluster to run
> without shared storage.
>
> Has anybody done this?

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