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Re: [Linux-cluster] Defending GFS



Well that is a way to respond to an issue.  Anyone
know of a way to detect when GFS is having problems,
say by way of messages or logging or perhaps even
somewhere in /proc ?

-tia

--- Pedro Espinoza <raindoctor gmail com> wrote:

> We ran into such problems few times: my collegue
> just reboots that node;)
> 
> 
> On 2/19/08, Ray Charles <raycharles_man yahoo com>
> wrote:
> >
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > GFS ver 6.1, not gfs2.
> >
> > I am looking for an intelligent way to defend the
> use
> > of gfs on a prod cluster. Every time there's an
> issue
> > I hear a cacophony of voices that declare that
> "GFS
> > caused ... whatever."
> >
> > Most recently there was an instance where doing an
> ls
> > of a certain sub dir that happened to be on a GFS
> > partition just hung. All other sub dir in that
> same
> > partition could be navigated. Does that sound like
> a
> > typical scenario? Aside from the system log is
> there
> > any other place to check??
> >
> > If gfs gets into a funny state how can i detect it
> or
> > test for it?
> >
> > tia-
> >
> > -Ray
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >     
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