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2.8. Installing GFS

Installing GFS consists of installing Red Hat GFS RPMs on nodes in a Red Hat cluster. Before installing the RPMs, make sure of the following:

  • The cluster nodes meet the system requirements described in this chapter.

  • You have noted the key characteristics of your GFS configuration (refer to Section 1.5, “Before Setting Up GFS”).

  • The correct Red Hat Cluster Suite software is installed in the cluster.

For information on insalling RPMS for Red Hat Cluster Suite and Red Hat GFS, see Configuring and Managing a Red Hat Cluster. If you have already installed the appropriate Red Hat Cluster Suite RPMs, follow the procedures that pertain to installing the Red Hat GFS RPMs.

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