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Re: [Linux-cluster] GFS Mount Problem



----- "David Teigland" <teigland redhat com> wrote:

> On Thu, Feb 05, 2009 at 11:43:22AM -0500, Leo Pleiman wrote:
> 
> > The other gfs fs are in use by the customer, the idea is to restore
> the
> > mount without interruption, hence I didn't want to reboot the node.
> > 
> > /proc/mounts shows the fs is unmounted
> 
> You could try, "umount.gfs -v -X /decennial" which skips the kernel
> unmount
> (which is done) and just tells gfs_controld to remove its record for
> the fs.
> If that doesn't work, then I can't think of any other options but
> restarting
> the cluster on that node (shouldn't require a full machine reboot).
> 
> Dave

Sorry to be a pest, I've looked at man pages, how would I tell gfs_controld to remove its record for the fs?

--Leo


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