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Re: [Linux-cluster] GFS: "transport endpoint is not connected" error



Hi,

have you already started your cluster environment (CMAN, fenced, DLM/Gulm) ?
What are the exact steps you have done ?

Mark  

On Tuesday 28 February 2006 00:11, Devrim GUNDUZ wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> I've installed GFS to all members in a a RHEL AS/ES system. This cluster
> is connected to a SAN.
>
> Using one of the nodes, I mkfs'ed all partitions on SAN with GFS. When I
> want to mount those partitions, I get the error on subject. I google'd,
> however I could not find an exact solution to my problem. There are 9
> servers, 2+2 will run as a cluster, and 5 of them will work in standalone
> mode. Neither the standalone, nor the cluster members can mount the
> partitions.
>
> I have another question: The first 2-node cluster needs 4 TB of data.
> However, IBM reported us that we can only create 2 TB LUNs. So, I will
> need to create LVM and combine two partitions, right? Any guides/comments
> on that?
>
> Regards,
> --
> Devrim GUNDUZ
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