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Re: Re:[Linux-cluster] gfs probelm

i have two nodes , orat1 , orat2 .
   and i make the lock_gulmd on the tow nodes because the document i have
says that i should run the the ccsd then the lock_gulmd on the two nodes.

and i put the first node as lock_gulm in the cluster.ccs file.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "maria perez" <mshk_00 hotmail com>
To: <linux-cluster redhat com>
Sent: Friday, January 14, 2005 2:47 PM
Subject: Re:[Linux-cluster] gfs probelm

> >HI,
> >
>  > I configure the gfs , and i mount the partitioned as gfs as mentioned
> >the document, but when make a reboot, the system halted and stay ask
> >continuously :  lock_glumd is it running.
>  >i didnt put the mounted gfs partitions in the /etc/fstab.  ( is that
> >?)
> >i made a shell and i put in it the following :
> >  service ccsd stop
> >  service lock_gulmd stop
> >  and i execut it before i make a reboot, and when i loged again to the
> >system the two services are running by the system, that is ok , i know it
> >is
> >not a solution , BUT in the second reboot i found that the system gives
> >same continuous error question ( lock_gulmd is it running? ).
> >how can i solve this ?
> >can i put the partitions in the /etc/fstab ?
> >OR WHAT ?????.
> I don't know many nodes you have running, and if all nodes are lock_gulm
> servers or only one of them. Maybe if you reboot a node that is a server
> lock_gulm without stop this services (gfs, lock_gulmd, ccsd) and other
> that are running depens of that node.
> have you created the archive /etc/sysconfig/gfs ???
> !!The order to stop the modules is: gfs, lock_gulmd, ccsd, pool.
> Sorry I can not help you more.
>    Good luck!
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