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Re: [Linux-cluster] Upgrades lead to volumes gone?

Figured I should at least post the result.

I kept losing one of my GFS mounts and was not able to figure out why. Early 
on when building the cluster, I went through this and needed to find a 
solution fast to at least keeps things running. I set up a cron job to remount 
every hour and promptly forgot about it

Now, I changed storage around so volume and group names changed. I would 
reboot, all was fine then that old cron job would kick in, losing my mount 
because the cron was trying to remount to something that no longer existed.

My bad, all fixed.


On Thu, 15 Nov 2007 15:21:51 -0500, Shawn Wells wrote:
> Can you be a little more specific on what you mean?  Once the cluster is
> up do the mounts randomly disappear?  Are they mounted to begin with?
> Please clarify for me.
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> Red Hat, Inc
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> isplist logicore net wrote:
>> Based on my other thread about new nodes not coming up, I was able to
>> resolve
>> this by updating the software on all of the nodes to match.
>> All nodes have now come up, however, the logical volumes keep getting lost
>> now? Actually, it is the mount which keeps going away. There do not seem
>> to be
>> any error messages in the logs either?
>> Any thoughts on what might be causing this and what else I should be
>> looking
>> for?
>> Mike
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