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[Linux-cluster] gfs2 and SAN setup



Hello,

 

I’m trying to get gfs2 configured on a SAN connected from two RHEL 5 servers via iSCSI. I have formatted the iSCSI partition w/ gfs from Server 1.

 mkfs.gfs2 -p lock_dlm -t ngs:gfs2 -j 8 /dev/sdd

 

From Server 1 I can mount the partition just fine.

mount -o acl -t gfs2 /dev/sdd /vol10

However, I get the following error when I attempt to mount the gfs partition from Server 2.

 

[root coffee cluster]# mount -o acl -t gfs2 /dev/sdd /vol10

/sbin/mount.gfs2: can't connect to gfs_controld: Connection refused

/sbin/mount.gfs2: can't connect to gfs_controld: Connection refused

/sbin/mount.gfs2: can't connect to gfs_controld: Connection refused

/sbin/mount.gfs2: can't connect to gfs_controld: Connection refused

/sbin/mount.gfs2: can't connect to gfs_controld: Connection refused

/sbin/mount.gfs2: can't connect to gfs_controld: Connection refused

/sbin/mount.gfs2: can't connect to gfs_controld: Connection refused

/sbin/mount.gfs2: can't connect to gfs_controld: Connection refused

/sbin/mount.gfs2: can't connect to gfs_controld: Connection refused

/sbin/mount.gfs2: can't connect to gfs_controld: Connection refused

/sbin/mount.gfs2: gfs_controld not running

/sbin/mount.gfs2: error mounting lockproto lock_dlm

 

I have the iSCSI initiator name properly entered into the SAN access control list for both servers so this doesn’t seem to be the issue.

 

I have also installed the RHEL cluster packages, including CMAN. Is this required to get gfs2 working?

 

Appreciate your help!

 

 

Jeremiah Jester

Senior Informatics Specialist

Microbiology, Katze Lab

Box 357242

P: 206-732-6185

 


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