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[Linux-cluster] mounts not spanning



Hi there clusterites...  Anyone have a cluestick?

I have created a wee "cluster" of two machines.  They seem to be happy
in every way, except that when I mount the gfs volumes on each machine,
the mounts do not span across the two nodes, but act as a traditional
node.  In other words, I can echo "haha" > /mnt/shareMe/haha.txt on one
machine but it doesn't show up on the other.  Vice versa too.

I use:
mount -t gfs /dev/shareMeVG/shareMeLV /mnt/shareMe

I've tried the -o ignore_local_fs option without success.

Also, is there a quick/standard way for non-cluster kernel machines to
mount the "partition" remotely?

Cheers,
-D



[root JavaTheHut ~]# cat /proc/cluster/status
Protocol version: 5.0.1
Config version: 1
Cluster name: clusta
Cluster ID: 6621
Cluster Member: Yes
Membership state: Cluster-Member
Nodes: 2
Expected_votes: 1
Total_votes: 2
Quorum: 1
Active subsystems: 6
Node name: JavaTheHut.mindbankts.com
Node addresses: 10.1.1.22

[root marvin ~]# cat /etc/cluster/cluster.conf
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<cluster name="clusta" config_version="1">
    <cman two_node="1" expected_votes="1">
    </cman>
    <clusternodes>
      <clusternode name="marvin.mindbankts.com" votes="1">
       <fence>
        <method name="single">
         <device name="human" ipaddr="10.1.1.20"/>
       </method>
      </fence>
     </clusternode>
     <clusternode name="JavaTheHut.mindbankts.com" votes="1">
      <fence>
       <method name="single">
         <device name="human" ipaddr="10.1.1.22"/>
       </method>
      </fence>
    </clusternode>
   </clusternodes>
  <fence_devices>
   <fence_device name="human" agent="fence_manual"/>
  </fence_devices>
 </cluster>



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