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[Linux-cluster] RE: Linux-cluster Digest, Vol 58, Issue 1




 Thank you very much  Jeremy Eder  & Stewart

  It works fine

 
 
  Thanking you,

 laxman

 



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> Subject: Linux-cluster Digest, Vol 58, Issue 1
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> Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2009 12:00:07 -0500
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> 1. GFS Issue (lakshmana swamy)
> 2. (no subject) (Jeremy Eder)
> 3. Re: GFS Issue (Stewart Walters)
> 4. Samba with CTDB support timeline? (Stewart Walters)
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> Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2009 20:20:43 +0530
> From: lakshmana swamy <klakshman03 hotmail com>
> Subject: [Linux-cluster] GFS Issue
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> Hi Friends,
>
> I have configured gfs on RHEL 5.2, While mounting It gives the following error messages.
>
> ====================
>
> [root lvs1 ~]# mount -t gfs -v /dev/sdb1 /share/
> /sbin/mount.gfs: mount /dev/sdb1 /share
> /sbin/mount.gfs: parse_opts: opts = "rw"
> /sbin/mount.gfs: clear flag 1 for "rw", flags = 0
> /sbin/mount.gfs: parse_opts: flags = 0
> /sbin/mount.gfs: parse_opts: extra = ""
> /sbin/mount.gfs: parse_opts: hostdata = ""
> /sbin/mount.gfs: parse_opts: lockproto = ""
> /sbin/mount.gfs: parse_opts: locktable = ""
> /sbin/mount.gfs: message to gfs_controld: asking to join mountgroup:
> /sbin/mount.gfs: write "join /share gfs lock_dlm laxman:gfs rw /dev/sdb1"
> /sbin/mount.gfs: fs is for a different cluster
> /sbin/mount.gfs: error mounting lockproto lock_dlm
> [root lvs1 ~]#
>
> ===================
> log messages here
>
> Feb 1 19:52:23 lvs1 gfs_controld[7267]: mount: fs requires cluster="laxman" current="locuz"
> Feb 1 19:59:46 lvs1 gfs_controld[7267]: mount: fs requires cluster="laxman" current="locuz"
>
> =======
>
> I have installed all the necessary packages. But Iam unable to figure out whats the problem, pls help me !!!
>
> Thanking you
>
> laxman
>
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> Message: 2
> Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2009 10:51:27 -0500
> From: Jeremy Eder <jeder invision net>
> Subject: [Linux-cluster] (no subject)
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> when you created the gfs filesystem you specified a cluster name different from the cluster that that the machine belongs to. reconcile the difference one way or the other and it will mount.
>
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> Message: 3
> Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2009 01:15:26 +0900
> From: Stewart Walters <stewart epits com au>
> Subject: Re: [Linux-cluster] GFS Issue
> To: linux clustering <linux-cluster redhat com>
> Message-ID: <4985CA9E 3090702 epits com au>
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> lakshmana swamy wrote:
> >
> > Hi Friends,
> >
> > I have configured gfs on RHEL 5.2, While mounting It gives the
> > following error messages.
> >
> > ====================
> >
> > [root lvs1 ~]# mount -t gfs -v /dev/sdb1 /share/
> > /sbin/mount.gfs: mount /dev/sdb1 /share
> > /sbin/mount.gfs: parse_opts: opts = "rw"
> > /sbin/mount.gfs: clear flag 1 for "rw", flags = 0
> > /sbin/mount.gfs: parse_opts: flags = 0
> > /sbin/mount.gfs: parse_opts: extra = ""
> > /sbin/mount.gfs: parse_opts: hostdata = ""
> > /sbin/mount.gfs: parse_opts: lockproto = ""
> > /sbin/mount.gfs: parse_opts: locktable = ""
> > /sbin/mount.gfs: message to gfs_controld: asking to join mountgroup:
> > /sbin/mount.gfs: write "join /share gfs lock_dlm laxman:gfs rw /dev/sdb1"
> > */sbin/mount.gfs: fs is for a different cluster
> > /sbin/mount.gfs: error mounting lockproto lock_dlm*
> > [root lvs1 ~]#
> >
> > ===================
> > log messages here
> > *
> > Feb 1 19:52:23 lvs1 gfs_controld[7267]: mount: fs requires
> > cluster="laxman" current="locuz"
> > Feb 1 19:59:46 lvs1 gfs_controld[7267]: mount: fs requires
> > cluster="laxman" current="locuz"
> > *
> > =======
> >
> > I have installed all the necessary packages. But Iam unable to figure
> > out whats the problem, pls help me !!!
> >
> > Thanking you
> >
> > laxman
> >
> >
> >
> >
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> GFS volumes are tagged to the cluster they are locked by. This is done
> when they are created.
>
> I've never seen this message before, but it seems straight forward - the
> cluster name defined in /etc/cluster/cluster.conf is different from the
> one tagged on the GFS volume. In this case the cluster name in
> /etc/cluster/cluster.conf is defined as "locuz", but the GFS volumes
> were tagged as belonging to "laxman"
>
> Check cluster.conf:
>
> [root clusternode01 ~]# cat /etc/cluster/cluster.conf|grep config_version
> <cluster alias="cluster01" config_version="228" name="cluster01">
>
> Now check the GFS volume:
>
> [root clusternode01 ~]# gfs_tool list
> 18146975903901458037 dm-2 cluster01:gfs.0
>
> You'll probably find in your case that name="cluster01" and
> "cluster01:gfs" don't match.
>
> To change it, unmount the volume from all nodes, then check out the "man
> gfs_tool" for the "gfs_tool sb device table" command for how to modify
> the GFS volume. Also check
> https://wiki.ncl.cs.columbia.edu/wiki/index.php/GFS_Initialization for
> an example on how to use the command.
>
> Regards,
>
> Stewart
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 4
> Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2009 01:19:46 +0900
> From: Stewart Walters <stewart epits com au>
> Subject: [Linux-cluster] Samba with CTDB support timeline?
> To: Linux Cluster Mailing List <linux-cluster redhat com>
> Message-ID: <4985CBA2 1040002 epits com au>
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>
> Hi,
>
> Not strictly RHCS related, but does anyone know when RHEL is likely to
> ship with a version of Samba that has CTDB support by default?
>
> Regards,
>
> Stewart
>
>
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