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Re: [Linux-cluster] Problem starting cluster

I actually have little on for auto start. I was never able to start the 
cluster other than by doing the following;

depmod -a
modprobe dm-mod
modprobe gfs
modprobe lock_dlm
cman_tool join -t 120 -w
fence_tool join -t 120 -w
vgchange -aly
mount -t gfs /dev/vgcomp/rimfire /var/www/


On Wed, 18 Oct 2006 14:16:53 -0400, Josef Whiter wrote:
> Chkconfig everything off, bring all nodes up, then on all nodes run each of
> these commands at the same time
> service ccsd start
> service cman start
> service fenced start
> and if any problems occur see what the logs spit out.
> Josef
> On Wed, Oct 18, 2006 at 01:11:47PM -0500, isplist logicore net wrote:
>>> If all the nodes are showing "rejected" with no reason then it's
>>> possible
>>> there's another cluster on the network that shares the same cluster
>>> name/number.
>> No other cluster as this is the only one I'm working on.
>>> Try changing the cluster name of this cluster, and look very carefully
>>> around the network for other clusters!
>> Tried changing the name in cluster.conf, no difference.
>>> Otherwise, it's also possible that the cluster.conf files are not in
>>> sync
>>> somehow - make sure that they are identical on all nodes.
>> I've manually copied them to each node but I'm only trying to start the
>> one
>> first. Getting the same error trying to start the cluster on any node.
>> Mike
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