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RIF: RIF: [linux-lvm] LVM2 problems!!



Thank you... now i have create volume group and a logical volume...it's all ok.... now begin to try GFS.....(i hope....)
thank you very much...
Marco
 

	-----Messaggio originale----- 
	Da: linux-lvm-bounces redhat com per conto di Patrick Caulfield 
	Inviato: gio 20/10/2005 12.43 
	A: LVM general discussion and development 
	Cc: 
	Oggetto: Re: RIF: [linux-lvm] LVM2 problems!!
	
	

	Caligiuri, Marco Ernesto wrote:
	> On this machine ... i can't use redhat cluster suite , because we use a different cluster software.... the daemon clvmd is necessary ? is necessary configure redhat cluster for work with LVM2?
	> Sorry i haven't a great experience ...about this   can you explain to me in simple words...what i need for create a volume....
	> thank you
	
	
	I don't know what cluster software you're using but if you can't use RHCS then
	you're going to have real problems running GFS and cluster LVM - they're a
	package you can't plug bits of one suite into another and expect it to work.
	
	If you want to use LVM (note NOT clustered LVM) then reset locking_type to 1 in
	/etc/lvm/lvm.conf.
	
	But it sounds like you need to sort out your clustering environment first.
	
	
	patrick
	
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