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2019-12-16 19:08:47 GMT <alfresco-discord> <beerandpizza> This is an open-ended question from a relatively technically challenged person, but I believe I have found out as much as I can without bothering a person so please bear with me.

2019-12-16 19:11:29 GMT <alfresco-discord> <beerandpizza> An Alfresco user is a client of my company's, and they are insisting that the Alfresco product they are using has a hard requirement for GFS2. I searched the wiki, S/O, and tried many differently-worded searches to find out if this is really the case, because it doesn't seem like it makes sense. They also spoke if using GFS2 on a single-node instance, which almost nobody supports so I find their

2019-12-16 19:11:30 GMT <alfresco-discord> claim dubious.

2019-12-16 19:11:54 GMT <alfresco-discord> <beerandpizza> Do any alfresco tools require GFS2 as opposed to, say, XFS?

2019-12-16 19:36:05 GMT <alfresco-discord> <Douglas Paes (douglascrp)> @beerandpizza that is not a requirement for sure

2019-12-16 19:36:28 GMT <alfresco-discord> <Douglas Paes (douglascrp)> actually, I had to search for GFS2 in order to understand what it stands for

2019-12-16 19:51:38 GMT <alfresco-discord> <beerandpizza> Thank you! That means I just have to be better at my end of the business (storage clustering) convincing them why it's a bad idea.

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