|If you suspect a problem with clvmd, you could simply remove it from the equation and retest, right?|
You could just use the underlying iSCSI device and mkfs.gfs on that.... at least for testing if clvmd is the problem.
I suppose you could also test if clvmd is the problem by testing the logical volumes without GFS in the mix. IOW, create some LVs and read/write to them at the same time from different machines. If this is working, the file system should work. If the file system doesn't, then the problem is probably higher up than clvmd.
On Apr 25, 2008, at 11:34 AM, Tracey Flanders wrote: