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Re: [Linux-cluster] GFS crash



Patrick,

I
> We'll need considerably more information than that. Just adding another
> interface to eth0 shouldn't crash the system (and doesn't on any of my machines).
>
> What exactly was the crash? Which lock manager are you using? How many
> filesystems were mounted? what were they doing ?
What happen is that, as I added a sub interface, the node lost too
many heartbeats and was disconnected from the cluster.

I use dlm lock,

Only one file system is mounted. I read a Syncing failed message.

I have removed the sub interface, and all is good now.

> patrick
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