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Re: [Linux-cluster] Cannot mount GFS filesystem



Hi Andre,

Yes , I am using gnbd.

Yes, hostnames are localhost.localdoamin, I will change them.

I some how got it working after a reboot of the nodes. Still to figure
out the reason for it not working, I will try out your suggestions.

I appreciate your kind reply.

Thanks & Regards
Shailesh


On Wed, 2007-05-30 at 06:42 -0700, andremachado wrote:
> Hello,
> presuming you already have a cluster.conf configured, all needed cluster kernel modules loaded and all cluster-suite running and started in correct order, did you gnbd exported the device to the other node?
> GFS mounts local  devices only. Or what it sees as local (gnbd, iscsi, san, etc).
> Also, your hostname seems to be localhost.localdomain, that is a sure source of problems, cited at documentation.
> You need all hostmanes and ip addresses assigned for each node and configured for all others at each node, avoiding a dns, cited at docs.
> I hope this helps.
> 
> Regards.
> Andre Felipe Machado
> http://www.techforce.com.br
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