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[Xen-users] 1/2 OFF-TOPIC: How to use CLVM (on top AoE vblades) instead

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Subject: [Xen-users] 1/2 OFF-TOPIC: How to use CLVM (on top AoE vblades) instead just plain LVM for Xen based VMs on Debian 5.0?
From: Thiago Camargo Martins Cordeiro <thiagocmartinsc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2009 00:56:45 -0300
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 I have setup my hard disc with 3 partitions:

1- 256MB on /boot;
2- 2GB on / for my dom0 (Debian 5.0) (eth0 default bridge for guests LAN);
3- 498GB exported with vblade-persist to my network (eth1 for the AoE protocol).

 On dom0 hypervisor01:
vblade-persist setup 0 0 eth1 /dev/sda3
vblade-persist start all

 How to create a CVLM VG with /dev/etherd/e0.0 on each of my dom0s? Including the hypervisor01!

 I do not want to use GFS2/OCFS2 on top of CLVM, since I just want to provide live-motion. I'll never try to setup two
simultaneous domUs accessing the same CVLMs logical volumes.

 If someone can help me I will appreciate!

 This looks like the best way to create a low cost shared storage, I'm right? I do not want NFS for my domUs...

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