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Re: [Linux-cluster] Problem with more than one partition

> aleava libero it wrote:
> > First of all, thanks for your aswers,unfortunately, they don't solve our problem.
> > I try to explain better: we have 1 diskarray with 4 LUNS mapped on 4 partitions (sda, sdb, sdc, sdd).
> > I created 4 Volume group and 4 Logical Volume, one LV for every VG:
> > /dev/VG01/LV01 (==>sda)
> > /dev/VG02/LV02 (==>sdb)
> > /dev/VG03/LV03 (==>sdc)
> > /dev/VG04/LV04 (==>sdd)
> > Then I make the gfs file system with the next command:
> > gfs_mkfs -j 2 -t alpha_cluster:LV01 -p lock_dlm /dev/VG01/LV01
> > gfs_mkfs -j 2 -t alpha_cluster:LV02 -p lock_dlm /dev/VG02/LV02
> > gfs_mkfs -j 2 -t alpha_cluster:LV03 -p lock_dlm /dev/VG03/LV03
> > gfs_mkfs -j 2 -t alpha_cluster:LV04 -p lock_dlm /dev/VG04/LV04
> >
> > I can mount all these 4 partition from one node without problems, but when I try to mount these same partitions from the other node, the mount command hangs and I must reset the machine, because also the "reboot" command doesn't work.
> >
> > I hope I provide all informations to make you understand my problem.
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Ale
> >   
> Hi Ale,
> Your mkfs's and cluster.conf seem reasonable.  I'd also recommend bumping
> your post_join_delay, though, because 3 seconds isn't much time.
> It's hard to say what's going on.
> This sounds like a bug, but since you said that you were running RHEL4U1, I
> recommend upgrading both nodes to the latest U4 and see if it still happens.
> There were lots of bugs fixed between U1 and U4.  BTW, you shouldn't mix
> a U1 system with a cluster system at a higher level.
> Regards,
> Bob Peterson
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Hi Bob,
thanks for your help, but I have installed RHEL4 Update 4 AS, and the cluster doesn't work (the cluster.conf and the commands are the same).In the same manner, one node mount the shared partitions (4) without problems, but when the second node mounts the first partition, the mount command hangs.
P.S.: if a node mounts only one partition, the second node mounts the same partition without problems. We have problems with a number of partition =>2.
Any ideas?

(At the moment, our solution is creating only a big shared partition with 4 directories, using quota...)


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