You have to sync moodledata and use database for session information, thats all.
Thanks for your help!
Database sessions are not recommended for large installations. Memcache is a better choice, due to row level and table locking issues with database sessions.
This is relatively simple but sharing your moodle data folder is not
An NTFS share will be slow, so you might need to replicate across 2 moodledata folders.
Other options are to use a ISCSI lun and use OCFS2
Not sure what happened to Jason's profile .
I have had success with NTFS with our moodledata folder and kept the Moodle application folder on local storage on each Apache node. It may not be the best option like what Jason and Robert suggest but it does performs well and most IT is comfortable with NTFS.
Yes it was Jason that helped me a number of years ago
I have implemented this since on a number of occasions and havent really had any issues, just occasional arcane error from OCFS2
I think when I implemented this, we didnt have the option of NTFS as the the organisation were using a SAN and this could not be mounted directly as it was a secure SAN