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[Linux-cluster] Samba share resource fails to start after upgrade to Cluster Suite 4U4



Hi all clustering guys,

I'm experiencing a problem with a 2 node cluster just upgraded
(this morning) to current RHEL 4U4 and CS.

cluster.conf file didn't change in respect to this samba resource.
It is a external smb share that should be mounted on the active
node.

Relevant error messages from system log:

Oct 20 14:14:05 clu4-2 smbd[7467]: params.c:OpenConfFile() - Unable to open configuration file "/etc/samba/smb.conf.//share/exportdb": Oct 20 14:14:06 clu4-2 clurgmgrd: [3205]: <err> Samba service failed: /usr/sbin/smbd -D -s "/etc/samba/smb.conf.//share/exportdb" Oct 20 14:14:20 clu4-2 clurgmgrd: [3205]: <warning> "/etc/samba/smb.conf.//share/exportdb" missing during stop Oct 20 14:14:40 clu4-2 clurgmgrd: [3205]: <warning> "/etc/samba/smb.conf.//share/exportdb" missing during stop Oct 20 14:14:48 clu4-2 clurgmgrd: [3205]: <warning> "/etc/samba/smb.conf.//share/exportdb" missing during stop

I don't know why it searches for "/etc/samba/smb.conf.//share/exportdb"...
Maybe something changed in the way smb shares are managed?

Should I change resource name from "//share/exportdb" to "myshare",
I can't seem to find a place where the actual smb path "//share/exportdb"
can be specified.

Can you help me on this?
Thank you.

--
Cosimo


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