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[Linux-cluster] NFS making umount fail.




My cluster won't shutdown properly and fails the service unless I manually kill of nfsd first

Jan 23 17:30:39 Aristotle0 clurgmgrd: [8508]: <info> Stopping Samba instance "SMB-Export"
Jan 23 17:30:39 Aristotle0 clurgmgrd: [8508]: <info> unmounting /home
Jan 23 17:30:39 Aristotle0 clurgmgrd: [8508]: <notice> Forcefully unmounting /home Jan 23 17:30:40 Aristotle0 clurgmgrd: [8508]: <warning> Dropping node-wide NFS locks
Jan 23 17:30:50 Aristotle0 clurgmgrd: [8508]: <info> unmounting /home
Jan 23 17:30:50 Aristotle0 clurgmgrd: [8508]: <notice> Forcefully unmounting /home Jan 23 17:30:51 Aristotle0 clurgmgrd: [8508]: <info> Sending reclaim notifications via Aristotle0.arts.usyd.edu.au
Jan 23 17:30:51 Aristotle0 rpc.statd[5097]: Version 1.0.6 Starting
Jan 23 17:30:51 Aristotle0 rpc.statd[5097]: Flags: No-Daemon Notify-Only
Jan 23 17:30:51 Aristotle0 rpc.statd[5097]: unlink (/tmp/statd-Aristotle0.arts.usyd.edu.au.4919/sm.bak/129.78.16.20): Permission denied Jan 23 17:30:54 Aristotle0 rpc.statd[5097]: Caught signal 15, un-registering and exiting. Jan 23 17:30:54 Aristotle0 clurgmgrd: [8508]: <err> 'umount /home' failed, error=0 Jan 23 17:30:54 Aristotle0 clurgmgrd[8508]: <notice> stop on fs "Files - home" returned 2 (invalid argument(s))

At which point the service is failed. It will not shutdown until I /etc/init.d/nfs stop first.


I also use quota's, and unfortunately, 'quotaon -a' is run in the system init scripts BEFORE the filesystems are mounted as they are mounted by the cluster service.

 As a result I lose enforement of quotas all the time....


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