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Re: [Linux-cluster] Storage problem in Linux Cluster

On Feb 4, 2008, at 12:16 AM, Abhra Paul wrote:

On Feb 1, 2008 9:42 PM, Lon Hohberger <lhh redhat com> wrote:
On Fri, 2008-02-01 at 14:57 +0530, Abhra Paul wrote:
Respected Users

   I have a problem in cluster. One user of this cluster needs huge
amount of space. In this cluster one big partition(size 1TB) is
mounted on /data . So I provide this amount of space for his program
execution. At 1.30 PM he occupied 200GB of this storage(which is
mounted on /data). Now when I am going to check this /data , about
usage of space , using the command  du -sh * . In o/p there is no
entry for /data and courser is only blinking without showing total o/p
as well as command prompt is not coming back. Also when I am issuing
cd / same thing is happening . How I solve this problem.

Could you check:
 cman_tool services

-- Lon


I have checked cman_tool services. But in my system there is no
cman_tool , as well as there is no man page entry for cman_tool. Now ,
how I will solve my problem. Please, help.

                             With regards

                             Abhra  Paul

What kind of cluster are you using? If you don't have cman_tool, then you are likely not using rgmanager... or GFS... or cluster products that I am familiar with. However, is there anything useful in /var/ log/messages? Has the machine crashed? hung? etc


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