I know the question seems a bit strange, but the documentation is ambiguous. The Omnibus configuration options page (https://docs.gitlab.com/omnibus/settings/configuration.html) describes how to set up an alternate directory (e.g., NFS) for GitLab data. Further down on the page there is a section on how to make sure GitLab does not start until the external filesystem is mounted. That seems like a reasonable option even if I have a single node and not doing HA. But the setting for that option is called “high_availabilty”. I’m not sure if the use of that setting is dependent on purchasing the HA capability of GitLab, or if this is just an unfortunate naming confusion. The HA capability of GitLab is really intended for multiple nodes, but managing NFS mounts seems independent of multiple nodes. Has anyone used that setting without purchasing the Premium license?