[PVE-User] Shared same rbd disk on 2 Vms
herve.ballans at ias.u-psud.fr
Tue Jul 2 15:26:44 CEST 2019
Thanks for your reply Eneko. Indeed, it makes sense that ext4 is not
suitable fot this purpose.
I think NFS is a good alternative!
Le 02/07/2019 Ã 14:46, Eneko Lacunza a Ã©critÂ :
> You need a cluster file system to be able to do this (gfs for
> example). ext4 can't be mounted by two systems at the same time.
> Maybe you can consider using NFS instead...
> El 2/7/19 a las 14:43, HervÃ© Ballans escribiÃ³:
>> Dear list,
>> Sorry if the question has already been asked...
>> Context: ProxmoxVE 5.4-6 / Ceph Luminous 12.2.12
>> On a Debian VM, I have two disks : a rbd system disk and an
>> additional rbd data disk. Both disks are formated on ext4.
>> I would like to know if I can use the data disk on another VM (with
>> rw rights) ?
>> I'm pretty sure that Ceph RBD is compliant with this scenario but I
>> have a doubt with the usage of ext4 partition ?
>> Thanks in advance for your feedback,
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