Marko Jung wrote:
Marko Jung wrote:Gordan Bobic wrote:It is CentOS 5.3 final without any fancy external updates or similar stuff. We chose GFS2 because it is the default with RHEL 5.3.2) You may have bumped into a GFS2 bug. What distro/cluster version are you running? GFS2 was "preview only" until very recently, and the pace of development and fixes in it are still a tad too high for a production system for my liking. Is there any particular reason why you can't use GFS1?I thought I should be more verbose on what I am trying to achieve MySQL associated to a floating IP running on cluster as failover. Storage and configuration should reside on a huge GFSv2 Filesystem.
Gordan, thank you very much for your support, but the problem was quite easy, the mysqld_safe script overrides the external_locking configuration directive.