Re: create separate persistent disk space for each node
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On Tue, Dec 23, 2014 at 12:05 PM, Jian Feng <freedafeng_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hello there,
> We want to create a cluster where each node has a couple of tele-bytes
> disk space for its own. The space in a node is used to store large data
> sets that will be processed by this particular node.
> I understand that we can create EBS volumes and then starcluster can mount
> them as network shared disks. So from there, I can create a symbolic link
> for each node to use the network disks, sth like
> ln -s /data/volumn0001 /localdisk
> This should work, but I am wondering if there is a cleaner solution. Also,
> I need the space is accessible right after the cluster is up or rebooted,
> because some init.d jobs will try to read/write the data in the disks.
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