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[Xen-users] Xen4 + Remus + iSCSI

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Subject: [Xen-users] Xen4 + Remus + iSCSI
From: "Thomas von Stetten" <tvs@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 19 Jun 2010 22:12:27 +0200
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we are using debian, xen 3.x and a iscsi-storage with ext4 as filesystem. Heartbeat is used for xen-ha.

Now we like to change to xen 4 and remus.

The iscsi SAN is available on active-Dom0 and backup-Dom0.

I don´t have to use the disk buffering, as I understand remus right, because the file system on both machines is the same.

With ext4 we don´t had problems at the xen3-Cluster on live migration. Also on tested hardware crashes.


Is it right to disable the disk replication and the remus will work fine for ha?


Thanks, Thomas

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