[Linux-cluster] mount file system GFS

Michael Conrad Tadpol Tilstra mtilstra at redhat.com
Wed Jan 12 14:01:27 UTC 2005

On Wed, Jan 12, 2005 at 12:59:56PM +0100, maria perez wrote:
> I follow the basic example C.3 of the administration Guide of Red Hat GFS 
> 6.0. :" LOCK_GULM SLM Embedded" with only two nodes to access a one file 
> system shared that resides in a SAN (MJ) via iscsi.
> I have installed red hat enterprise 3.0, kernel 2.4.21-15.0.4.EL, with the 
> modules for GFS-6.0.0-7.
> All go right (pools created and activated, cca created, ccsd launched, file 
> system created with gfs_mkfs) except I can not mount the file system, the 
> command mount not recognize the file system type gfs, the message appears 
> on the console is:
>    mount : type file system incorrect, option incorrect, superblock 
> incorrect in /dev/pool/pool_gfs01 or number of file systems mounted 
> excessive
> /dev/pool/pool_gfs01 is pool created for file system, the device assigned 
> is /dev/sdd2
> Why can not mount the file system? what is wrong?

run dmesg to get more info about why it cannot mount.

Did you remember to start lock_gulmd?

Michael Conrad Tadpol Tilstra
The bug starts here.
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