[Linux-cluster] GFS init scripts order?
Dan B. Phung
phung at cs.columbia.edu
Sat May 7 02:08:22 UTC 2005
I'm using GFS with Debian, and want to make the symlinks for the init
The first thing I notice is this:
blade04:/etc/rc6.d# /etc/init.d/ccsd start
/etc/init.d/ccsd: line 15: /etc/init.d/functions: No such file or directory
Starting ccsd:/etc/init.d/ccsd: line 26: success: command not found
however, I notice that ccsd is up and running. is init.d/functions
something that's standard on redhat installations? I was going to add
them to rc6.d and have the startup go in the obvious order:
but what do I used to call vgchange -aly to activate my logical volumes?
init.d/gfs doesn't seem to do this, and I can add it, but I was
wondering if that is what everybody else was doing.
I'll have to deal with this for shutdown as well...
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