Linux OS - Version Oracle Linux 5.0 and later Linux x86-64 Linux x86
SCSI Reservation is a mechanism which allow SCSI initiators to reserve a LUN for exclusive access, and preventing other initiators from making changes. The feature is usually used in cluster. This article elaborates the basic usage of SCSI reservation in Oracle Linux.
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