Oracle Linux Support for GFS, LVM and LVM2
(Doc ID 423207.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 28, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - Version N/A and later
This document is only about support delivery for GFS, LVM and LVM2. If you are looking for product or configuration certification / supportability check My Oracle Support Certification and specific product related documents like
Using Redhat Global File System (GFS) as shared storage for RAC
The following information has been updated on April 4th, 2007.
Oracle Linux Support for GFS
Global File System (GFS) is available on Oracle Linux 5. Oracle Linux Support team does not provide support for GFS on Oracle Linux 4 / RHEL4 or earlier or Oracle Linux 6 and later.
Oracle Linux Support for LVM
Oracle Linux Support team does not provide support for Logical Volume Manager (LVM) for clustered environments and support is provided for single node situations only.
Oracle Linux Support for LVM2
Oracle Linux Support team does not provide support for Logical Volume Manager 2 (LVM2) for clustered environments and support is provided for single node situations only.
OCFS2 Support for LVM/LVM2
As of latest update of this document any combination of OCFS2 with LVM or LVM2 is not supported including clustered and single node configurations.
If you are running any of the unsupported configurations described above, change your configuration to a supported one to be able to get support from Oracle Linux Support team.
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|Oracle Linux Support for GFS|
|Oracle Linux Support for LVM|
|Oracle Linux Support for LVM2|
|OCFS2 Support for LVM/LVM2|