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Vmware Workstation : Is it possible to do a Redhat Cluster in a virtual environnement ?

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Hello, I would like to do a Redhat Cluster on my Vmware Workstation for training purpose.

Is it possible to do it.? If yes, do you have a step by step guide?
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Thanx a lot Hanccocka but do you have a step by step guide for Vmware Workstation also?
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You have to use iSCSI Openfiler.
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any linux can be configured for iscsi

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http://www.cuddletech.com/articles/iscsi/index.html
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