Re: dynamically mount a volume to a running cluster
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It is not possible at the moment, however, implementing a new
'attachvolume' command is/has been on my TODO list:
With that said, if you don't require the volume to be NFS-shared you
could simply use the AWS console (http://aws.amazon.com/console
create a new volume and attach it to the master node of your cluster.
The master node should be labeled "master" in the AWS console and
similar for all other nodes so it shouldn't be too hard to identify who
to attach to. The attachvolume would ideally go a step further and also
configure NFS for you...
Concerning the logical volume of multiple EBS volumes you could write a
plugin to do this. If you make some progress on this please share your
plugin so that it can be included into the next release.
On 01/03/2012 03:54 PM, Wei Tao wrote:
> Hi all,
> I wonder if anyone know how to dynamically mount a volume to a running
> cluster. It is well documented how to configure volumes before a cluster
> is launched. But I did see anything about how to add volume after a
> cluster is running. Also, is there anyway to add logical volume (which
> may consists of several EBS volumes) instead of EBS volume to a cluster.
> Wei Tao, Ph.D.
> TSI Biocomputing LLC
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Received on Tue Jan 03 2012 - 16:15:39 EST