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Re: [Linux-cluster] DLM & RedHat Enterprise Linux



Christos Triantafillou wrote:
>> You mean that the users are using the default lockspace even
>> though the lockspace that was created by root was a different one?
>> Strange.
> 
> yes, that is what is happenning:
> I have got these devices:
> crwxrwxrwx   1 root root 10, 62 May 30 21:32 dlm-control
> crwxrwxrwx   1 root root 10, 61 May 30 21:32 dlm_default
> crwxrwxrwx   1 root root 10, 61 May 31 17:03 dlm_kobe
> 
> and I can now run all the user tests as a non-root user:
> # lstest -o -r -l default
> Opening lockspace default
> locking LOCK-NAME EX ...ast called, status = 0, lkid=103a8
> unlocking LOCK-NAME...ast called, status = 65538, lkid=103a8
> 
> but
> # lstest -o -l default
> Opening lockspace default
> locking LOCK-NAME EX ...ast called, status = 0, lkid=100cf
> unlocking LOCK-NAME...ast called, status = 65538, lkid=100cf
> Releasing ls default
> release ls: Operation not permitted
> 

It looks like the default lockspace didn't get released when the all
references to it disappeared (unless you have something holding it open!).

I'm not sure how that might happen

-- 

patrick


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