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Re: [Linux-cluster] Multiple Logical Volumes



FYI,

> 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:

Didn't even clue in, too many things going on at once I guess.

One reason this was not understood properly is that I've never used these 
tools. I use the command line programs such as pvcreate to create the storage, 
vgcreate tp create the logical volumes and lvcreate to create the logical 
volumes. Can't wait for that web based tool that's coming out with RHEL5.

Mike


> 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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