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Re: [Linux-cluster] HA LVM



On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 5:45 PM, Jonathan Brassow <jbrassow redhat com> wrote:
> have you done 'service cman start' before running that test?  (It
>  shouldn't really matter and this may be a bug, but try starting the
>  cluster infrastructure anyway.)
>
>   brassow
>
>
>
>
>  On Feb 27, 2008, at 4:47 PM, Jorge Palma wrote:
>
>  > Hello:
>  >
>  > I am trying to implement HA LVM in 2 nodes with RHEL 5.1, but I have
>  > the following errors:
>  >
>  > in vmdb01:
>  >
>  > [root vmdb01 ~]# rg_test test /etc/cluster/cluster.conf start
>  > service testSG
>  > Running in test mode.
>  > Starting testSG...
>  > volume_list=["rootdg", "@vmdb01"]
>  > <notice> Owner of lvmclusterdg/lvmclustervol is not in the cluster
>  > <notice> Stealing lvmclusterdg/lvmclustervol
>  > lvchange  Logical volume "lvmclustervol" changed
>  > <err>    Failed to steal lvmclusterdg/lvmclustervol from lvs         .
>  > Failed to start testSG
>  >
>  > in vmfe01:
>  >
>  > [root vmfe01 ~]# rg_test test /etc/cluster/cluster.conf start
>  > service testSG
>  > Running in test mode.
>  > Starting testSG...
>  > volume_list=["rootdg", "@vmfe01"]
>  > <notice> Owner of lvmclusterdg/lvmclustervol is not in the cluster
>  > <notice> Stealing lvmclusterdg/lvmclustervol
>  > lvchange  Logical volume "lvmclustervol" changed
>  > <err>    Failed to steal lvmclusterdg/lvmclustervol from lvs         .
>  > Failed to start testSG
>  >
>  > In vmdb01 lvm.conf have:
>  >
>  > volume_list = [ "rootdg", "@vmdb01" ]
>  >
>  > In vmfe01 lvm.cong have:
>  >
>  > volume_list = [ "rootdg", "@vmfe01" ]
>  >
>  > Will appreciate any ideas
>  >
>  > PD: sorry by my english
>  >
>  > --
>  > Jorge Palma Escobar
>  > Ingeniero de Sistemas
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Of course, in fact we found other problems, such as the agent of lvm
read parameters name and the name of volume wrongly

In any event, the most common clustering services working properly

Greetings

-- 
Jorge Palma Escobar
Ingeniero de Sistemas
Red Hat Linux Certified Engineer
Certificate Nº 804005089418233


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