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Splitted resources

Good morning,

we are running two-node-clusters.
Each cluster has one LUN with 4 pools and the SBD partition.
Is it possible to have one node holding two pools and on the other
node the other two pools?
We have two Home-Volumes, a ZEN-Volume and a NDPS-Volume.
I want to split the resources for load balancing. Is it a problem,
that there is only one big LUN in the SAN holding all the pools?
Should all resources run on one node?

Thanks in advance.

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Splitted resources

well, the preferred way to do this is to have separate LUNs for each

and yes, load balancing the resources across the two servers is the way
to do it. You do want to make sure that one server can support all 4
though - for the times when one server abends or you take it down for

Richard Beels
~ Network Consultant
~ Sysop, Novell Support Connection

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