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Re: [Linux-cluster] Problem in Mounting gfs2 filesystem Can some Help me?????



Hi,

On Mon, 2008-01-14 at 15:01 +0500, Jamshed Zaidi wrote:
> Hi guys, I am new to this mailing list and a newbie with clustering
> file system is there any one who can help me????? I having a problem
> in mounting gfs2 filesytem details are listed below.
> 
> i have created a file of 1GB of size name test and format it with gfs2
> file system by running the folloiwing command
> # mkfs.gfs2 -t mycluster:test -b 512 -p lock_dlm -J 8 -j 4 test
> then i run the fsck command like this
> 
> # gfs2_fsck -v test
> Initializing fsck
> Initializing lists...
> Initializing special inodes...
> Segmentation fault
> 
What version are you using? Maybe this is an old one?

> when i use to mount my gfs2 file system then following list of messages appears
> # mount.gfs2 test /mnt/gfsfilesystem/ (command)
> mount.gfs2: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs2: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs2: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs2: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs2: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs2: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs2: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs2: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs2: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs2: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs2: gfs_controld not running
> mount.gfs2: error mounting lockproto lock_dlm
> 
> I am running CentOS 5.1 on my machine.
> Thanx for anticipation
> 
That just means that you didn't start cman before you tried to mount the
filesystem. Ah, if you are using 5.1 that explains the problem above.
Its better to use the latest upstream code for the time being as its
much more uptodate,

Steve.



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