Can someone confirm my understanding of CNFS in that clients can acces the same share from different nodes in the CNFS cluster.
So for example suppose you have 3 nodes, A, B and C and filesystem "/myshare" which is CFS mounted on all nodes and NFS shared on all nodes, then you could have 3 failover servers each containing a VIP - VIP1, VIP2, VIP3.
Client 1 can access /myshare via VIP1 running on Node A
Client 2 can access /myshare via VIP2 running on Node B
Client 3 can access /myshare via VIP3 running on Node C
If node C fails then VIP3 may fail to Node A and then clients 1 and 2 would both be accessing share on Node A, but by different VIPs
This is my understanding, but the example in the 5.1 CFS admin guide only shows 1 VIP service group which means in the example, there is no concurrent access of the share which I thought was the point of CNFS, or is the point of CNFS that you don't have to unshare and share when you fail over as shares are always there but there can only be one VIP for the share?