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Re: [Linux-cluster] rgmanager on debian



On Wed, Jul 11, 2007 at 10:20:08AM +0400, Pavel D. Kuzin wrote:
> node1:/usr/local/apache/bin# clusvcadm -d hosting
> Member node1 disabling hosting...success
> node1:/usr/local/apache/bin# rg_test test /etc/cluster/cluster.conf start 
> service hosting
> Running in test mode.

> Starting hosting...
> /usr/share/cluster/clusterfs.sh: line 729: logAndPrint: command not found
> mount: /dev/mapper/Hosting-Hosting_data already mounted or /usr/hosting busy
> <err>    'mount -t gfs  /dev/mapper/Hosting-Hosting_data /usr/hosting' 
> failed, error=32
> Failed to start hosting

Ok, so it actually *failed* to mount.  Now, if it was already mounted,
that's a bug - clusterfs.sh shouldn't try to mount the device a second
time.  According to your output below, it *was not* mounted.

Is there anything in dmesg or /var/log/messages which you think might
help?


> +++ Memory table dump +++
>  0xb74b01f8 (16 bytes) allocation trace:
>  0xb74adb4c (16 bytes) allocation trace:
>  0xb74a5bb8 (16 bytes) allocation trace:
>  0xb74ace34 (16 bytes) allocation trace:
>  0xb749b270 (16 bytes) allocation trace:
>  0xb74ad0b8 (16 bytes) allocation trace:
>  0xb74a5d64 (16 bytes) allocation trace:
>  0xb74a561c (16 bytes) allocation trace:
>  0xb74b382c (776 bytes) allocation trace:
> --- End Memory table dump ---

Hrm, that's not good, but ultimately not the cause of the problem.

-- 
Lon Hohberger - Software Engineer - Red Hat, Inc.


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