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Re: [Linux-cluster] Error when loading the lock_dlm module



KL Raja Sekar wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I am trying to use GFS 6.1 with lock_dlm module.  But when i try to
> load the lock_dlm module i am getting fatal error.  Herewith attached
> the fatal error msg and the dmesg errors.
> 
> I am using HP Proliant DL360 server with XP 1024 storage.   please let
> me know if anybody has the solution for the above.
> 
> regards
> shekar
> 
> ******************************************************************************
> root uranus1 ~]# modprobe lock_dlm
> FATAL: Error inserting lock_dlm
> (/lib/modules/2.6.9-11.ELsmp/kernel/fs/gfs_locking/lock_dlm/lock_dlm.ko):
> Unknown symbol in module, or unknown parameter (see dmesg)
> ******************************************************************************
> dmesg output -------------------------------
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol dlm_debug_dump
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol dlm_new_lockspace
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol kcl_register_service
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol dlm_unlock
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol kcl_start_done
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol dlm_release_lockspace
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol kcl_join_service
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol kcl_unregister_service
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol kcl_leave_service
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol dlm_query
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol kcl_get_members
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol kcl_releaseref_cluster
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol dlm_lock
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol kcl_cluster_name
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol kcl_get_services
> lock_dlm: Unknown symbol kcl_addref_cluster


Looks like the cman & dlm modules are not loaded. If they're on the system then
try re-running depmod -a. If not, then install them ;-)


-- 

patrick


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