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Re: [Linux-cluster] Restarting GFS2 without reboot



On Tue, Nov 26, 2013 at 12:34:35PM +0000, Steven Whitehouse wrote:
> > I have to admit that fencing hasn't been enabled in this cluster, 90% of
> > jobs on these 2 nodes are working with other storage that is accessible
> > by NFS. So it wouldn't be okay to reboot a node due to any problems with
> > GFS2.
> In which case, get fencing configured first. Otherwise the first time
> there is a problem, you risk data corruption. There is a very good
> reason that fencing is required. It sounds like your overall config
> needs a bit of a rethink,

Yes, I'm going to move GFS2 on separate cluster which will have fencing,
because I understand there's a huge risk to corrupt all the data.

But are there any suggestions on how to remount GFS2 now?

Thank you!

-- 
V.Melnik


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