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Re: [Linux-cluster] Gfs

On Tue, 2008-01-29 at 20:34 +0000, Harding, David wrote:
> Hello,
> I am in the process of setting up a two node Linux cluster with a
> fiber channel storage.  II created my
> Volume groups and logical volumes and did gfs_mkfs. No issues show up.
> When I attempt to mount the file system with the command mount -t
> gfs /dev/volcluster_vg01/lvol0   /mnt
> I get the message mount: fs type gfs not supported by kernel.
> I install the gfs software using the up2date facility.  I would have
> thought that the necessary kernel 
> rpms would have installed at that time.  Both systems have the same
> issue.  If I do a up2date
> for GFS it says that all updates are installed.   What am I missing.
> david

Hi David,

It sounds like you may need a couple things.  First of all,
you probably need the gfs-kmod rpm.  If you're going to use
this in a cluster, you'll need some clustering software as
well, and that depends on the version that you're running.

If you're running RHEL5.x, Centos5.x or similar, you'll need
to get some more rpms, like cman, openais, etc.
If you're running RHEL4.x, Centos4.x or similar, you may
need some more.  I've got some basic step-by-step instructions
in my NFS/GFS Cookbook, located here:



Bob Peterson
Red Hat GFS

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