Shared disk architecture
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A shared disk architecture (SD) is a distributed computing architecture in which all disks are accessible from all cluster nodes. It contrasts with shared nothing architecture, in which all nodes have sole access to distinct disks.
- "Shared Nothing v.s. Shared Disk Architectures: An Independent View". November 24, 2009. Retrieved November 1, 2012.