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[Linux-cluster] umount hang



Hello,

I tried to unmount one of the GFS filesystems and that command did not succeed even after waiting for a long time. I found this in the log when I was restarting the server:

The system did not shutdown either. Any clue?
 
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel: GFS: fsid=gfs1:gfs02.1: Unmount seems to be stalled. Dumping lock s
tate...
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel: Glock (7, 26)
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel:  gl_flags =                                                       
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel:  gl_count = 2
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel:  gl_state = 3
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel:  lvb_count = 0
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel:  object = yes
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel:  dependencies = no
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel:  reclaim = no
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel:  Holder
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel:    owner = -1
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel:    gh_state = 3
May  2 11:46:38 node1 kernel:    gh_flags = 5 7
May  2 11:46:39 node1 kernel:    error = 0
May  2 11:46:39 node1 kernel:    gh_iflags = 1 5 6
May  2 11:46:40 node1 kernel: Glock (4, 26)
May  2 11:46:41 node1 kernel:  gl_flags =
May  2 11:46:42 node1 kernel:  gl_count = 2
May  2 11:46:42 node1 kernel:  gl_state = 0
May  2 11:46:43 node1 kernel:  lvb_count = 0
May  2 11:46:44 node1 kernel:  object = yes
May  2 11:46:44 node1 kernel:  dependencies = no
May  2 11:46:44 node1 kernel:  reclaim = no
May  2 11:46:44 node1 kernel:  Inode:
May  2 11:46:45 node1 kernel:    num = 26/26
May  2 11:46:45 node1 kernel:    type = 2
May  2 11:46:45 node1 kernel:    i_count = 1
May  2 11:46:45 node1 kernel:    i_flags =
May  2 11:46:45 node1 kernel:    vnode = yes




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