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Question about Heartbeat (II)



Hey, I need some help on this.

I have a 2-node cluster. It has SAP. Haresources has: IP - LVM(VG) - FILESYSTEMS - nfsserver - MOUNT FOR NFS (3 of the previously mounted on FILESYSTEMS parameter) - SAP.

The 2 nodes has the same hareresources. I start heartbeat on node1. It sets up the IP cluster, actives the VG, mounts the FS, starts nfsserver, mounts the NFS (they are cluster FSs mounted through the cluster IP) and finally it starts SAP. 

Then i go to the node2 and mount the same NFS as heartbeat mounted on node1. The NFS are mounted with the cluster IP. Then we start heartbeat so that if node1 crash out, it makes the faillover. After this we start the SAP instance on node2, that access the NFS mounted previously for us (on node2). When i test the faillover, it goes well, but when i go to node2 and issue the df command, I see the NFS went stale. I have them on both /etc/exports with the same fsid.

See...

DF OF NODE1

/dev/mapper/sapcluster_vg-nfs_lv
                        204788     32840    171948  17% /nfs
/dev/mapper/sapcluster_vg-R3QASCS01_lv
                       2097084    163400   1933684   8% /usr/sap/R3Q/ASCS01
/dev/mapper/sapcluster_vg-R3QSCS02_lv
                       2097084    163444   1933640   8% /usr/sap/R3Q/SCS02
/dev/mapper/sapcluster_vg-sapmntR3P_lv
                       1048540    737796    310744  71% /export/sapmnt/R3Q
/dev/mapper/sapcluster_vg-sap--put_lv
                      10485436    442392  10043044   5% /usr/sap/put
/dev/mapper/sapcluster_vg-datos--interfaces_lv
                       1048540     32840   1015700   4% /export/DATOS/INTERFACES
/dev/mapper/sapcluster_vg-ftpsieDATOS_lv
                        511980     32840    479140   7% /export/home/ftpsie/DATOS
172.29.99.245:/export/sapmnt/R3Q
                       1048544    737792    310752  71% /sapmnt/R3Q
172.29.99.245:/export/DATOS/INTERFACES
                       1048544     32832   1015712   4% /DATOS/INTERFACES
172.29.99.245:/export/home/ftpsie/DATOS
                        512000     32832    479168   7% /home/ftpsie/DATOS


DF OF NODE2

/dev/mapper/data_vg-oracle_lv
                       1048540    223616    824924  22% /oracle
/dev/mapper/data_vg-sap_lv
                       2097084    288944   1808140  14% /usr/sap
/dev/mapper/data_vg-sap_r3q_D00_lv
                       5242716   1680576   3562140  33% /usr/sap/R3Q/D00
/dev/mapper/data_vg-sap_r3q_DVEMGS00_lv
                       5242716    323156   4919560   7% /usr/sap/R3Q/DVEMGS00
emsapl888:/usr/sap/trans
                      75495168  51601688  23893480  69% /usr/sap/trans
172.29.99.245:/export/sapmnt/R3Q
                       1048544    737792    310752  71% /sapmnt/R3Q
172.29.99.245:/export/DATOS/INTERFACES
                       1048544     32832   1015712   4% /DATOS/INTERFACES
172.29.99.245:/export/home/ftpsie/DATOS
                        512000     32832    479168   7% /home/ftpsie/DATOS

The /nfs mounted by heartbeat on node1 has a folder called nfs with the files that contains the /var/lib/nfs directory. I mved the /var/lib/nfs directory and created a link, like this:

EMNEOL902:/etc/ha.d # ls -l /var/lib/nfs
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 8 Apr 28 21:57 /var/lib/nfs -> /nfs/nfs


Does somebody think anything about this?

Thanks in advance.
 		 	   		  
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