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Re: [Linux-cluster] A few GFS newbie questions: journals, etc



I kinda have the same configuration as you.  I have all nodes with
one vote, and I start up the first node like thie:

cman_tool join -w -e 1

then I bring up the rest of the cluster.  when the nodes get reduced
under quorum, I login to one of the nodes to reset the expected votes
to 1 to reestablish the quorum:

cman_tool expected -e 1

-dan

On 30, Jun, 2005, Jon Scottorn declared:

> 
> >>This is the error that I get still.
> >>
> >>Starting Cluster (ccsd, fence, clvm, gnbd): cluster/sbin/cman_tool: the
> >>two-node option requires exactly two nodes with one vote each and
> >>expected votes of 1 (node_count=3 vote_sum=2)
> >>
> >>Am I misunderstanding a step or something.
> >>
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >No. That feature is just an idea I had for Xen+VM clusters, it's not implemented
> >yet! Currently it will only work for nodes with 3+ Xen hosts, assigning 0 votes
> >to the VMs.
> >
> >  
> >
> Ok, well maybe my situation is a little different, I have 4 physical
> nodes that are need to access the gfs share.  I want to be able to just
> run the cluster even if there is only 1 node active.  I don't really
> need to worry about the cluster I just want a filesystem that will work
> with multiple mounts to a block device.  So, no matter how many nodes I
> have in the cluster wether it be 1 or 50, the filesystem will stay
> active and continue to serve out the share and when other nodes come
> online the just are able to access it without issues. 
> Is that a possibility?
> 
> Jon
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