21.2. Journal Sharing and High Availability of the document states
This style of high availability differs from data replication in that it requires a shared file system which is accessible by both the master and slave nodes. Typically this is some kind of high performance Storage Area Network (SAN). It is not recommend you use Network Attached Storage (NAS).
What does Red Hat mean by
high performance SAN in the above statement?
Red Hat AMQ 7.0.x, 7.1
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