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It turned out that I needed to update GFS-kernel-* to the existing kernel on teh system. That fixed the mount issue,
but some how created a new problem. I reboot the systems now the cluster will not start.  Looking around I found that
the modclusterd is starting then getting a segfault on both systems. I would not have thought that updating the GFS-kernel
would have caused this.
 
 
dave
-----Original Message-----
From: linux-cluster-bounces redhat com [mailto:linux-cluster-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of John Ruemker
Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2008 3:50 PM
To: linux clustering
Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] Gfs

Make sure you have the GFS-kernel-<variant> package installed, where variant is smp, hugemem, etc.  up2date pulls the latest packages available, so if you are using a kernel older than the most recent one then it installed the gfs module for a newer kernel than you are running.  You'll need to boot into the latest kernel or manually install the gfs packages corresponding to your version. 

John

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
 

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