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Re: [Linux-cluster] clusvcmgrd & syslogd



Alessandro Tirel wrote:
From /var/log/messages

Jun 8 11:21:00 postman1 clusvcmgrd: [8762]: <warning> service warning:
killing process 3535 (root syslogd /dev/vol001/mail)

Seems like your syslogd has an open file in that file system, and stopping the service results in that file system getting umounted.


Finding the exact solution would require a peek at your syslogd and cluster configs.

gfs filesystems don't get unmounted when a service stops (since the other cluster member(s) can mount the same filesystem simultaneously). Other file systems get umounted when the service stops, and any processes holding on to the file system get killed.

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birger


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