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Re: [Linux-cluster] < cluster.conf problem >



Have you started the CCS daemon (ccsd)? The init script should start this on bootup. You really just need to create the cluster.conf file (by hand or by GUI) and copy it to all your nodes. Then reboot.

brassow


On Apr 18, 2006, at 3:14 PM, Pool Lee, Mr <14117614 sun ac za> wrote:

Hi…
 
I have 5 nodes and 1 head node. I want to setup gfs so that I can bunch together the 5 nodes, each have lvm’s.
 
I’m having trouble setting up cluster.conf. I follow the manuals example for gfs, not gfs2, and it says that it cant connect to css.
 
I’m running FC5 on all my machines.
 
Lee
 

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