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Operating Systems Solaris SUN Custer Theory
# 8  
Old 10-14-2009
often a geocluster is a good example for a local only storage...
# 9  
Old 10-14-2009
I understand geocluster to require data replication using one of AVS, TrueCopy or RDF.
# 10  
Old 10-15-2009
Originally Posted by DukeNuke2
this is not (always) true. this depends also on the configuration and the used HA service. but in the most common configurations you are right.
Thanks guys, I do have some knowledge on the AIX's LVM work. Eventually, did the solaris behave in such so.

When there are 2 storages (Storage1 and Storage2). On cluster point of view, only LV can be seem; these regardless on which Pyshical Storage (Storage1 and storage2) having issue. Is that concept correct?

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| Node1(PRI) | |Node2(SEC) |
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/ /
v v
|Logical Volume| <----- Cluster concern
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| storage1 | mirror |Storage2 | <---- Correct?
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# 11  
Old 10-15-2009
In your drawing (please add code tags for it to be readable), there is a single mirrored storage.
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