[Linux-cluster] erk, cant add journals

Brett Cave brettcave at gmail.com
Tue Jun 30 18:20:33 UTC 2009

On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 8:16 PM, Bob Peterson <rpeterso at redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi Brett,
> What "error about not enough space" did you get?  The gfs_jadd
> function adds more journals, not more space.  If you want more
> space, you need to run gfs_grow (with the file system mounted).

Sorry, bad terminology on my side, i am still trying to add more journals
and am getting an error about insufficient blocks:

# gfs_jadd -j 2 /gfs/cache1

Requested size  (65536 blocks) greater than available space (2 blocks)

This is after rebooting all the nodes after resizing the partition

> It sounds like you are using a raw device (sdc) and not using
> clvmd, so any changes made to the file system size will not be
> communicated between the nodes in the cluster.  Therefore, if
> you did run gfs_grow, you might need to reboot the other nodes
> in the cluster so they will see the new file system size as
> written out by gfs_grow.  This is something that clvmd would
> ordinarily do, but if you're not using that, a reboot would
> be needed.
> Regards,
> Bob Peterson
> Red Hat File Systems
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