No, I can't see the logical volumes on the other nodes. vgscan doesn't show any, nor I can find any new devices in /dev.
As I couldn't find docs/examples on this particular point, I really don't know what to expect.
I'm trying with different types of logical volumes (stripped, mirrored), but didn't make a difference.
For the moment, I'm running all the stuff on virtual machines, could this be an issue?
For the moment I'm using a minimal cluster.conf, in which I just declare the nodes. Should I add specific configurations to it?
Lots of thanks.
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From: Shawn Hood
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To: linux clustering <linux-cluster redhat com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2008 2:06:07 AM
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] how can I share a logical volume?
As far as I know, you should be able to at least SEE the logical
volume as long as there is a path to the physical volumes on the other
nodes. Are you able to see the same block devices (eg /dev/sd?) on
the other nodes?
2008/4/14 nch <underscore_dot yahoo com
> Hello, everybody.
> I'm trying to run a cluster with 3 nodes. One of them would share storage
> with the other two using GFS and DLM (kernel 2.4.18-6).
> I was able to start ccsd, cman, fenced and clvmd in all nodes. I've defined
> a logical volume in the storage node and was able to gfs_mkfs, activate it
> locally and mount it, but I don't know how to make it available/visible to
> the other two nodes.
> Do you know how to do this?
> I've followed instruction given in
(except for setting
> Many thanks.
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