Sorry for the delay friends. Actually, logs are scattered in different log files:
1. For rgmamager logs I have configured /var/log/cluster.log
2. Other cluster logs are going to messages file. Presently I am trying to find a way using which I can gather all the logs under one file other than messages. Seems I can use <logging> feature in cluster.conf, comments??
I am having openldap logging enabled on this server which is also using local4 facility and logs from cluster and ldap are getting mixed up.
Whats the msg you are getting in logs ?. It would be great if you could attach log mesgs along with cluster.conf
On Sun, Feb 13, 2011 at 3:49 PM, Sachin Bhugra <sachinbhugra hotmail com> wrote:
Thank for the reply and link. However, GFS2 is not listed in fstab, it is only handled by cluster config.
On 02/13/2011 10:14 AM, Sachin Bhugra wrote:
It would be good to
see /etc/fstab configuration used on cluster nodes. If /gfs partition is
mounted manually it will not be unmounted correctly in case you restart node (
and not executing umount prior restart ), and will hang during shutdown/reboot
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