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Re: [Linux-cluster] Multiple Logical Volumes



isplist logicore net wrote:
Interesting.. everything's gone now? I changed and now all volume groups have disappeared. I'm guessing I've lost all my data?

I changed things as follows;

From;

# 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"

To;

gfs_tool sb /dev/storeb/qm table qm:gfs1
gfs_tool sb /dev/storec/web table web:gfs1
gfs_tool sb /dev/rimfire/rimfire table rim:gfs1

Hi,

Well gfs_tool should be used on the gfs blocks INSIDE of the logical volumes,
which are inside the volume groups, which are all part of lvm.
So perhaps the problem is that you specified the physical devices rather than the logical volumes. I'm very sorry if I misled you here. You want to do something like this:

gfs_tool sb /dev/VolGroup03/lvol0 table qm:gfs1

Where /dev/VolGroup03/lvol0 is a logical volume defined to be in a volume group
VolGroup03, which contains the physical volumes that correspond to your
hardware.

Regards,

Bob Peterson
Red Hat Cluster Suite


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