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RE: [Linux-cluster] Question...



Nope, no stack trace was produced that I was able to see.
And yeah, I would have preferred to have one, myself.

I'll check into the suid thing. It's entirely possible one of my users did something like that, since many of them have root on their desktop linux machines.

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Jerry Gilyeat, RHCE
Systems Administrator
Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health



-----Original Message-----
From: linux-cluster-bounces redhat com on behalf of Benjamin Marzinski
Sent: Tue 9/20/2005 4:26 PM
To: linux clustering
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] Question...
 
You didn't perhaps get a stack trace along with that message, did you?
That would go a long way in figuring out what exactly went wrong. But here's
a wild stab in the dark.  Do you know if a suid root file was being copied to
your gfs file system?  That has caused a similar error on other versions of
gfs (although not with nfs).

-Ben

On Tue, Sep 20, 2005 at 02:15:39PM -0400, Gerald G. Gilyeat wrote:
>    We just had a GFS client node crash (and it took one of my compute
>    clusters with it, but I can deal with that) with the following message in
>    /var/log/messages:
>    Sep 20 13:50:12 front-0 kernel:
>    Sep 20 13:50:12 front-0 kernel: GFS: Assertion failed on line 200 of file
>    trans.c
>    Sep 20 13:50:12 front-0 kernel: GFS: assertion:
>    "!gfs_get_transaction(sdp)"
>    Sep 20 13:50:12 front-0 kernel: GFS: time = 1127238612
>    Sep 20 13:50:12 front-0 kernel: GFS: fsid=hopkins:bst.2
>    Sep 20 13:50:12 front-0 kernel:
>    Sep 20 13:50:12 front-0 kernel: Kernel panic: GFS: Record message above
>    and reboot.
> 
>    The other GFS clients and the server are fine.
>    Any chance someone could give me an idea on why there'd be a failure here,
>    so I can have a better idea on what to tune on the system?
> 
>    We recently (ie. yesterday) bumped the number of NFS server processes on
>    this machine from 8 to 24, if that will help...
> 
>    Thanks.
> 
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>    Systems Administrator
>    Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
>    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

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