[Linux-cluster] GFS and iscsi problem

Alexandre Racine Alexandre.Racine at mhicc.org
Tue Sep 4 19:50:47 UTC 2007

Haaaaaa. I can see the light now. This was the last part of the puzzle I needed and that I had put beside at first. Thanks.

For those who want to have more infos on this:

-----Original Message-----
From: linux-cluster-bounces at redhat.com on behalf of Roger Peña
Sent: Tue 2007-09-04 14:16
To: linux clustering
Subject: RE: [Linux-cluster] GFS and iscsi problem

--- Alexandre Racine <Alexandre.Racine at mhicc.org>

> Hi all, I would like to know that too, since I made
> some similar tests and GFS seems simply to hang.
 people getting this king of problem usually have a
problem with fencing, your fencing is manual, this is
really bad for production because if there is a
problem with the GFS in one node,the cluster will wait
for that node to be feced and if it fenced by humand
until you send the aknowledge that the cluster will be
in standby.

> My config:
> # cat /etc/cluster/cluster.conf

>       <fence>
>         <method name="human">
>           <device name="human" ipaddr="TORQUE1"/>
>         </method>
>       </fence>
>       <fence>
>         <method name="human">
>           <device name="human" ipaddr="TORQUE2"/>
>         </method>
>       </fence>
>       <fence>
>         <method name="human">
>           <device name="human" ipaddr="TORQUE3"/>
>         </method>
>       </fence>
>   <fence_devices>
>     <device name="human" agent="fence_manual"/>
>   </fence_devices>

use a real fence device and try gfs again :-)


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