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Hi
Thank you very much for replying to my question.
My first problem is whether I can use one node (Node
C)
as a passive for two separate cluster
service(service1,service2).
We are using SAN in our solution and I think there is
no need for Node C to have a copy of the data on A ,
because
it's a waste of storage on SAN.It should have an
access
on data on A in case of failure.(I don't know if this
is necessary to have GFS between A,C or not?)

--Regards.
Sara

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> Message: 1
> Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 10:42:56 -0000 (UTC)
> From: "James Lapthorn"
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> Subject: [Linux-cluster] clurgmgrd[6147]: <warning>
> Starving for lock
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> Hi Guys,
> 
> I have a 4 node cluster running RH Cluster Suite 4. 
> I have just added a
> DB2 service to one of the nodes and have starting
> gettingerrors relating
> to locks ion the system log.  I plan to restart this
> node at luch time
> today to see if this fixes the problem.
> 
> Is there anyone who can explain what these errors
> relate to so that I can
> understand the problem better.   I have checked RHN,
> Cluster Project
> website and Google and I cant find anything?
> 
> Its worth mentioning that the service is running
> fine.
> 
> Feb 27 10:18:40 leoukldb2 clurgmgrd[6147]: <warning>
> Starving for lock
> usrm::rg="SDA database"
> Feb 27 10:19:40 leoukldb2 last message repeated 2
> times
> Feb 27 10:21:10 leoukldb2 last message repeated 3
> times
> Feb 27 10:22:55 leoukldb2 last message repeated 2
> times
> Feb 27 10:22:55 leoukldb2 clurgmgrd[6147]: <err>
> #48: Unable to obtain
> cluster lock: Connection timed out
> Feb 27 10:23:40 leoukldb2 clurgmgrd[6147]: <err>
> #50: Unable to obtain
> cluster lock: Connection timed out
> Feb 27 10:24:25 leoukldb2 clurgmgrd[6147]: <err>
> #48: Unable to obtain
> cluster lock: Connection timed out
> Feb 27 10:24:55 leoukldb2 clurgmgrd[6147]: <warning>
> Node
> ID:211c013b0000000b stuck with lock usrm::rg="SDA
> database"
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> Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 04:14:41 -0800 (PST)
> From: sara sodagar <sara_sodagar yahoo com>
> Subject: [Linux-cluster] Re: Question about Cluster
> Service
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> Thanks a lot for replying to my question.
> Actually I have to distribute data on my web servers
> as
> we are using a provisioning software and it just
> uses
> this architecture.
> My plan is to setup 2 active servers that do not
> share
> any data , and one passive server which is for both
> of
> them.
> Node A ,C    (cluster service 1)
> Node B , C   (cluster service 2)
> Node c :   (Failover domain 1 : service 1,failover
> domain2: service 2)
> I want to setup GFS between A,C  and another pair
> B,C
> My main question is whether I should use GFS or not
> ?
> I am confused about whether I should use GFS when I
> am
> using High availability service management from
> Cluster suite.
> 
> --Regards.
> Sara
> 
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> > Message: 1
> > Date: Sun, 25 Feb 2007 20:19:52 -0300
> > From: "Filipe Miranda" <filipe miranda gmail com>
> > Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] Question about
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> > Hi there Sodagar,
> > 
> > Will the Web servers present the same data? will
> > they serve the same
> > content?
> > Why not use all three servers active (without the
> > fail-over mode) and just
> > add a layer of load balancing to the top of this
> > solution (two machines with
> 
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