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Re: [Linux-cluster] GFS hangs after several hours



I was just about to send email to the list and say I found an issue
with magma-plugins.  I have fixed this.  I'll see if the cluster is
stable now.

Thanks.

On Fri, Nov 12, 2004 at 11:55:29AM -0600, Jonathan E Brassow wrote:
> It sounds like the magma plugins can not be found - or are old.
> 
> ls /usr/lib/magma/plugins  ?
> 
> Additionally, you may wish to check that there are no older versions of 
> magma hanging around:
> 
> rm -rf /lib/*magma*
> 
> recompile.
>  brassow
> 
> 
> On Nov 12, 2004, at 10:06 AM, Brynnen R Owen wrote:
> 
> >More information.
> >
> >I may have had an old version of ccsd which allowed me to get the
> >cluster running in the first place.  I can't get that far now.
> >
> >I have IPv6 compiled in the kernel but no IPv6 interfaces defined.
> >I've given ccsd the -4 flag.
> >
> >Checking logs after "ccs_test connect" shows that ccsd does not
> >believe the cluster is quorate.
> >
> >/etc/cluster/status says that the cluster has reached quorum.  The IP
> >addresses are appropriate (I have dual-NIC hosts).
> >
> >I recompiled ccsd with "DEBUG=1" and found that the "quorate" variable
> >was never set in ccsd.  I further found that cluster_communicator()
> >never received a valid fd from clu_connect and was therefore stuck in
> >a loop.  clu_connect appears to be a magma call.
> >
> >Any advice on how to proceed?
> 
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