Thanks Bob for replying to my post. I appreciate it.
We have a mix of RHEL 3 and RHEL 4 servers. Some of the RHEL 3 nodes cannot be upgraded to RHEL 4 and RHEL 4 nodes cannot be downgraded.
But both RHEL 3 and RHEL 4 servers need to access the GFS filesystem.
I read in the documentation that GFS6.1 needs RHEL4 or later. So GFS6.1 cannot be installed on RHEL 3 nodes. That's why I am trying to get GFS6.0 working on RHEL 4.
Can GFS 6.0 be installed on RHEL 4? If so, can you please provide some pointers. It's very important for us to get this configuration working soon. Please help.
Can RHEL 3 nodes w/ GFS6.0 and rHEL 4 nodes w/GFS6.1 interoperate... I mean can they access the same clustered file system. Probably not. The configuration is much different.
On Fri, 26 May 2006 Robert S Peterson wrote :
>On Fri, 2006-05-26 at 17:37 +0000, Raj Kumar wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Can someone please tell me if I could install GFS 6.0 on RHEL4. When I
> > tried to install the latest GFS src rpm it complained about the kernel
> > source package 2.4.x. I modified the gfs-build.spec to include the
> > current kernel name 2.6.x. However, rpmbuild complained that it
> > couldn't find source package and that failed.
> > Can someone please tell if GFS 6.0 can be installed on RHEL 4? If yes,
> > please provide information about the compilation procedure. I have
> > compiled GFS several times on RHEL 3 but not on RHEL 4. So info on
> > changes that must be made to compile GFS 6.0 will be very helpful.
> > Thanks very much. Please respond!
> > Raj
>You probably want GFS 6.1 for RHEL4. And I recommend going to RHEL4-U3
>or higher too.
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