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Re: [Linux-cluster] Multiple Logical Volumes



> When you did mkfs, did you use the same -t
> cluster:fsname for more than one?

Ah, you're correct of course.

# gfs_tool sb /dev/rimfire/rimfire table
current lock table name = "vgcomp:gfs1"
# gfs_tool sb /dev/storec/web table
current lock table name = "vgcomp:gfs1"
# gfs_tool sb /dev/storeb/qm table
current lock table name = "vgcomp:gfs1"

> And see if the same value appears. You can change it after the mkfs has
> already been done with this command:
> 
> gfs_tool sb /dev/<device> table cluster:new_name

I did that one time and totally messed everything up. I might have more 
experience now so might not mess it up. 

Although, I'm now looking at the diskless booting ideas which might make a lot 
more sense for my needs. From what I can tell, I can have multiple roots even 
with a single combined storage system? I'm not sure, still reading, need to 
try some basic two node stuff maybe.

Thanks very much, another one for my notes.

Mike


 
> Regards,
> 
> Bob Peterson
> Red Hat Cluster Suite





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