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Re: [Linux-cluster] gfs/nfs trouble



Hi Steve,

I think indeed gfs2 is the way to go ... I'm now running on cluster 2.03.11 using both gfs and gfs2 on some partitions for comparison and will of course continue to post
any problems that I encounter ...

Jürgen

Le 22 janv. 09 à 18:39, Steven Whitehouse a écrit :

Hi,

On Thu, 2009-01-22 at 16:05 +0100, Jürgen Knödlseder wrote:
Hi Bob,

Can you run Red Hat 5.3 on a 2.6.27 or 2.6.28 kernel to get full SSI
support from MOSIX? (that's my second constraint in addition to having
gfs working ...)

Regards,

Jürgen

Well if you use a different kernel, then its not 5.3... the issue is
that we need to do a little more testing of the upstream GFS2. Its
pretty close to being ready though. If you are getting a system ready
and are doing pre-production tests, then you might well want to consider
using GFS2 as it won't be too much longer now before we declare it
ready.

The more people who can help test, the closer we'll get towards our goal of calling it stable and production ready. The upstream GFS2 has one or two features which 5.3 doesn't have so that we need to ensure that those
changes haven't caused any regressions along the way.

We are of course very interested in any feedback from testing, both
positive and negative in the mean time,

Steve.

Le 22 janv. 09 à 15:28, Bob Peterson a écrit :

----- "Jürgen Knödlseder" <jurgen knodlseder cesr fr> wrote:
| I confirm that the problem persists with cluster 2.03.11 release ...
|
|
| By the way: replacing the gfs filesystem by gfs2 makes the
problem go
| away.
| Yet as one reads so often: gfs2 is not production ready, so I would
| prefer to
| get this working with gfs :-)
|
|
| Jürgen

Hi Jürgen,

With Red Hat's the release of 5.3 gfs2 is not only production ready,
it is also fully supported.

Regards,

Bob Peterson
Red Hat GFS

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