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[Linux-cluster] GFS and iscsi ?



Hi,

I just sent this to the irc room ... but everyone seems to be out.


(15:53:58) *qarce:* I have a GFS ?
(15:54:28) *qarce:* I have setup a redhat cluster with 2 nodes. I can mount my GFS block device and use it.
(15:54:38) *qarce:* but I would like to to happen automatically
(15:54:57) *qarce:* the GFS block device I'm using is an iSCSI disk
(16:07:29) *qarce:* Comments anyone?

I have tried adding a line to the fstab

/dev/sdd1 /data gfs defaults 0 0

This didn't work.

I tried adding a line to /etc/rc.local to mount it but this didn't work.
iscsi-rescan
mount -t gfs /dev/sdd1 /data

If I reboot, login and just run

mount -t gfs /dev/sdd1 /data

it mounts just fine.

Comments / Ideas / Your thoughts.

Oh. I can't change change to a different back end block device. I have to use iSCSI.

Thank you,

Quentin


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