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Re: [Linux-cluster] question about creating partitions and gfs (getting closer!)



ok, figured that out too.. 
http://www.redhat.com/archives/linux-cluster/2005-January/msg00032.html
is what helped.

one last newbie question.. (i hope)
I had to mount my new gfs filesystem manually with 
mount -t gfs  /dev/pool/gfs1 /mnt/gfs/
the service gfs start did nothing..
returned a prompt seemingly without doing anything.. no errors, nothing in syslog.. nuthing..

hopefully Ill figger this out too.

Jason




On Fri, May 12, 2006 at 10:34:16PM -0400, Jason wrote:
> woohoo!
> I got it figgered out..
> Ive got 
> /dev/sdb1   (10 megs)
> /dev/sdb2   (rest of disk)
> make the pools, did the ccs_tool create ,
> did service ccsd start
> did service lock_gulmd start  (but had to figger out my DNS issues first ;)
> now im at the point where I do 
> gfs_mkfs -p lock_gulm -t  bla bla
> 
> and so now im doing 
> 
> [root tf1 cluster]# gfs_mkfs -p lock_gulm -t progressive:gfs1 -j 8 /dev/pool/pool0
> gfs_mkfs: Partition too small for number/size of journals
> [root tf1 cluster]# gfs_mkfs -p lock_gulm -t progressive:gfs1 -j 4 /dev/pool/pool0
> gfs_mkfs: Partition too small for number/size of journals
> [root tf1 cluster]# gfs_mkfs -p lock_gulm -t progressive:gfs1 -j 2 /dev/pool/pool0
> gfs_mkfs: Partition too small for number/size of journals
> [root tf1 cluster]# 
> 
> and cant figure out why its giving me grief
> 
> heres my pools config.
> 
> poolname pool0                       #name of the pool/volume to create
> subpools 1                              #how many subpools make up this 
> subpool 0 128 2 gfs_data        #first subpool, zero indexed, 128k stripe, 1 
> pooldevice 0 0 /dev/sdb1        #physical device for pool 0, device 0 (again, zero indexed)
> pooldevice 0 1 /dev/sdb2        #physical device for pool 0, device 1 (again, zero indexed)
> 
> 
> regards,
> Jason
> 
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