Subject Re: [firebird-support] Re: Remote Database files
Author Steve Wiser
I agree, I thought the point of a SAN was to not only have a centralized
storage point, but the servers all think that the space is local. Make
sure they are not talking about a NAS and just NFS mounting it (if you
are running linux -- isn't everybody?).


On Wed, 2005-11-16 at 06:54 -0400, Daniel Rail wrote:

> Hi,
> At November 15, 2005, 9:44 PM, salisburyproject wrote:
> > Yes, I restarted the service.. All settings I changed doesn't appear
> > to have effect and I still get the same error.
> > I agree that this is not a good solution, but for now, I need to
> find
> > a way to make it work...
> How is the mapping of the SAN drive done?
> Have you tried mounting the SAN drive on HOST1?
> If you haven't mounted a volume before I suggest you search the
> Windows help, or Technet ( ), for more
> information.

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