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Re: [Linux-cluster] How to set up lock_gulm with RHEL4 branch?



On Fri, 10 Jun 2005, Jonathan E Brassow wrote:
pull out the cman section and replace with something like:
<gulm>
       <lockserver name="tng1-1"/>
       <lockserver name="tng1-2"/>
       <lockserver name="tng1-3"/>
</gulm>

then start lock_gulmd -- the initscript should take care of this.

Be sure to set your GFS lock option to lock_gulm (the -p option to mkfs). If you don't want to remake your fs, you can use gfs_tool to change the locking protocol.

Great - thanks!

Just to confirm, can I still use clvm? Or does clvm require lock_dlm?

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