[ovirt-users] Shared storage between DC
arsene.gschwind at unibas.ch
Mon May 2 07:44:20 UTC 2016
Thanks for your information but....
When I'm writing about DC I mean defined DC in oVirt and so far I could
see that when you define a storage domain in one oVirt DC it will not be
available in another DC and I don't know what would happen if I would
import it on the second DC.
In your setup, did you just define 1 DC and multiple clusters?
On 05/01/2016 01:37 PM, NUNIN Roberto wrote:
> I have in production the scenery something similar to what you've
> The "enabling factor" is represented by an "storage virtualization"
> set of appliances, that maintain mirrored logical volume over fc
> physical volumes across two distinct datacenters, while giving rw
> simultaneus access to cluster hypervisors split between datacenters,
> that run the VMs.
> So: cluster also is spread across dc, no need to import nothing.
> Il giorno 01 mag 2016, alle ore 10:37, Arsène Gschwind
> <arsene.gschwind at unibas.ch <mailto:arsene.gschwind at unibas.ch>> ha scritto:
>> Is it possible to have a shared Storage domain between 2 Datacenter
>> in oVirt?
>> We do replicate a FC Volume between 2 datacenter using FC SAN storage
>> technology and we have an oVirt cluster on each site defined in
>> separate DCs. The idea behind this is to setup a DR site and also
>> balance the load between each site.
>> What happens if I do import a storage domain already active in one
>> DC, will it break the Storage domain?
>> Thanks for any information..
>> Users mailing list
>> Users at ovirt.org <mailto:Users at ovirt.org>
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