[Linux-cluster] GFS Problem

Jos Vos jos at xos.nl
Mon Aug 13 16:20:44 UTC 2007

On Mon, Aug 13, 2007 at 12:03:05PM -0400, Patricio A. Bruna wrote:

> I've configured a RHEL 5 cluster of 2 nodes, using GFS(v.1) filesystems. 
> Im having a problem when restarting one of the nodes, the other node can not longer access the GFS partitions, so i must reboot both. 
> Althoug, yesterday i resize a GFS partition, lvmextend and then gfs_grow, and the other node gaves I/O error and dismounts all the GFS partitions. 

Hmm... several questions arise now:

-  Did you create the GFS filesystems with the correct locking
   protocol (lock_dlm)?

-  Do you use clvmd?  Did you mark your VG's to be "clustered" and
   do you have "locking_style = 3" in /etc/lvm/lvm.conf?

> PD: Im attaching the cluster.conf. 

Where are the GFS filesystems in cluster.conf?

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