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Re: [Linux-cluster] GFS Panic



On Fri, Oct 29, 2004 at 08:02:37PM +0530, Ritesh Agrawal wrote:
> ~ In the migration process , when there were 3 nodes , all the systems
> ~ were running smoothly
> ~ but !
> ~ when I added some more load (mailboxes) with 2 more backend nodes, after
> ~ some time 2-3 nodes (any of the nodes in cluster) hanged with the
> ~ following error:
> 
> ~ Oct 24 11:04:29 c5 kernel: GFS: Assertion failed on line 599 of file
> ~ inode.c
> ~ Oct 24 11:04:29 c5 kernel: GFS: assertion: "(tmp_gh->gh_flags
> ~ &GL_LOCAL_EXCL) || !(gh->gh_flags & GL_LOCAL_EXCL)"
> ~ Oct 24 11:04:29 c5 kernel: GFS: time = 1095145469 Oct 24 11:04:29 c5
> ~ kernel: GFS: fsid=310farm:gfs01.2: glock = (4, 0)
> ~ Oct 24 11:04:29 c5 kernel:
> ~ Oct 24 11:04:29 c5 kernel: Kernel panic: GFS: Record message above and
> ~ reboot.

Errr...  I'm at a loss as to how you could have gotten this error message.

There is no assertion like that in inode.c.  The timestamp that GFS
printed out "time = 1095145469" is no where near Oct 24 11:04:29.
The panic message looks suspiciously similar to one posted in
September when someone forgot to recompile their lock_harness module.

https://www.redhat.com/archives/linux-cluster/2004-September/msg00075.html


Maybe you had a cut-and-paste error?


-- 
Ken Preslan <kpreslan redhat com>


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