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RE: [Linux-cluster] Re: Linux-cluster Digest, Vol 38, Issue 25

Hello Faiz,


Follow the steps mentioned in the link given below




Thanks & Regards


Sushanth Amin


From: linux-cluster-bounces redhat com [mailto:linux-cluster-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of faiz n
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2007 11:21 AM
To: linux-cluster redhat com
Subject: [Linux-cluster] Re: Linux-cluster Digest, Vol 38, Issue 25


Hi All,


I have intall globus on ma PC. I have done everything but when I run the command


root host:# etc/init.d/globus-4.0.4 start


I gave me the error that

libglobus_common_gcc32.so.0. No such file or directory

When I downloaded this file and run the command again, then problem came that:

ltdl_common_..... No such file or directory

When I downloaded it again and run the command again now then this error comes


/usr/local /sbin/globus-start-container-detached undefined symbol lookup error: globus_callback_space_reference.


so can anyone help me that why this error comes to me and how can I fix this.


take Care



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1. CommuniGate as service? (Eric Schneider)
2. gfs and software raid across 4 systems. (Jon Gabrielson)


Message: 1
Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2007 11:29:20 -0600
From: "Eric Schneider"
Subject: [Linux-cluster] CommuniGate as service?
To: "'linux clustering'"
Message-ID: <002701c7af72$b532b400$1b03c680 uccs edu>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII"

I am trying to setup CommuniGate
(http://www.stalker.com/content/default.html) as a cluster service. I have
everything working except for one thing. If I stop/kill the process
manually and wait for the status check to move the service nothing happens.

I get "clurgmgrd: [3087]: Executing /etc/init.d/CommuniGate status"
rather than the "clurgmgrd: [3087]: script:httpd-webcal: status of
/etc/init.d/httpd-webcal failed (returned 3)" I get with an apache process.

I had to add the "status" part to /etc/init.d/CommuniGate file myself, but
there is obviously a problem. I have mucked around with it for a while but
I am just putting it out there if my mistakes are obvious.

# If you have placed the application folder in a different directory,
# change the APPLICATION variable
# The default location for the CommuniGate Pro "base directory" (a folder
# containing mail accounts, settings, logs, etc.) is /var/CommuniGate
# If you want to use a different location, change the BASEFOLDER variable
[ -f ${APPLICATION}/CommuniGate/CGServer ] || exit 0

# Some Linux distributions come with the "NPTL" threads library
# that crashes quite often. The following lines are believed to force
# Linux to use the old working threads library.

# Source function library.
if [ -f /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions ]; then
. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions
elif [ -f /etc/init.d/functions ]; then
. /etc/init.d/functions

ulimit -u 2000
ulimit -c 2097151
umask 0

# Custom startup parameters
if [ -f ${BASEFOLDER}/Startup.sh ]; then
. ${BASEFOLDER}/Startup.sh

case "$1" in
if [ -d ${BASEFOLDER} ] ; then
echo "Creating the CommuniGate Base Folder..."
chgrp mail ${BASEFOLDER}
chmod 2770 ${BASEFOLDER}
echo -n "Starting CommuniGate Pro"
${APPLICATION}/CommuniGate/CGServer \
--Base ${BASEFOLDER} --Daemon ${SUPPLPARAMS} \
# --ClusterBackend
# --ClusterFrontend
#Comment out
#touch /var/lock/subsys/CommuniGate
touch ${pidfile}
[ "$RETVAL = 0" ] && touch ${lockfile}
#return $RETVAL
echo "Starting CommuniGate Pro Cluster Controller"
${APPLICATION}/CommuniGate/CGServer \
--Base ${BASEFOLDER} --Daemon ${SUPPLPARAMS} \
touch /var/lock/subsys/CommuniGate
if [ -f ${BASEFOLDER}/ProcessID ]; then
echo "Shutting down the CommuniGate Pro Server"
kill `cat ${BASEFOLDER}/ProcessID`
sleep 5
echo "It looks like the CommuniGate Pro Server is not running"
rm -f ${pidfile}
#rm -f /var/lock/subsys/CommuniGate
[ "$RETVAL = 3" ] && rm -f ${lockfile} #${pidfile}
status $PROG
echo "Usage: $0 [ start | stop | status ]"
exit 1

exit 0


Message: 2
Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2007 22:41:01 -0500 (CDT)
From: "Jon Gabrielson"
Subject: [Linux-cluster] gfs and software raid across 4 systems.
To: linux-cluster redhat com
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I have 4 servers each with their own harddrive.
I would like to setup gfs so that each can read/write
to their local harddrive and the data synced to the other 3 harddrives.
My original idea was to export all 4 harddrives with a network block
device like iscsi/gnbd/nbd and then use md software raid1 on top of
those but I've heard that this is a bad idea as md is not cluster aware.
I also found drbd but it only supports 2 harddrives.

Are there any available solutions for doing a 4 way mirror like I
am looking for? Basically a network raid 1 across 4 harddrives
on 4 separate systems.




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