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Re: [Linux-cluster] GFS mount problem

Has your problem been resolved yet?  It sounds similar to a hostname length
issue that has been reported in bugzilla:


If this is the case, the short term workaround is to change your hostnames.

On Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 02:06:01PM +0200, Michael Krietemeyer wrote:
> Hello
> We have setuped our small 4-node cluster with the RedHat 
> 2.4.21-15.0.3ELsmp Kernel and use the GFS 6.0.0-7 Package.
> One cluster-node exports via gnbd two disks to the three other nodes. 
> One of these exports is used as CCA-Device ond one for a GFS share.
> Now we setup GFS like the example C.1. in the "Red Hat GFS 6.0 
> Administrator's Guide" (three nodes, each as LOCK_GULM Server and GFS 
> Client, fence method: manual). All steps work fine, except the mount.
> On the fist node, the mount works. The mount on the second node blocks, 
> until the node one unmounts the gfs share. (Summary: Only one node can 
> mount the share at the same time).
> Can somebody help?
> Michael Krietemeyer
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