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



Hi,

On Mon, 2008-01-14 at 15:44 +0500, Jamshed Zaidi wrote:
> Now i am using gfs instead of gfs2, gfs_fsck  works fine but still
> having problem in mounting
> #mount.gfs test /mnt/gfsfilesystem/
> 
> mount.gfs: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs: waiting for gfs_controld to start
> mount.gfs: gfs_controld not running
> mount.gfs: error mounting lockproto lock_dlm
> 
> from where do i start gfs_controld service this service doesn't
> appears to me in /etc/init.d/. Is there anything that i need to
> install????
> 
As before, you've not started cman (which ought to be in /etc/init.d/ if
you've installed the package),

Steve.

> On 1/14/08, gordan bobich net <gordan bobich net> wrote:
> > GFS2 isn't stable yet. Use GFS1.
> >
> > Gordan
> >
> > On Mon, 14 Jan 2008, 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
> > >
> > > 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
> > >
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