[Linux-cluster] Strange directory listing
gordan at bobich.net
Tue Mar 17 15:02:10 UTC 2009
Is that to say that GFS2 is still, 18 months later, not production stable?
On Tue, 17 Mar 2009 10:54:08 -0400, Jon Erickson <erickson.jon at gmail.com>
> I'm seeing the same wierd listings....any word on what this is or when
> it will be fixed. I'm using RHEL 5.3
> On Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 1:59 PM, Bob Peterson <rpeterso at redhat.com> wrote:
>> ----- "Jeff Sturm" <jeff.sturm at eprize.com> wrote:
>> | > What level of GFS driver is this? Are you up2date or running
>> | > a recent level?
>> | We aren't running Red Hat. We have:
>> | CentOS release 5.2 (Final)
>> | kmod-gfs-0.1.23-5.el5
>> Close enough. :7) That's a bit old, so it's possible it's the
>> problem I pointed out. Sounds like it's not hurting you anyway.
>> So hopefully this problem will go away the next time you update,
>> to Centos5.3 or whatever.
>> | The rogue files don't stay around long enough to stat() on all nodes.
>> | My assumption is that these are files just created or in the process
>> | of
>> | being destroyed, and I don't see them in two successive "ls -l"
>> | commands.
>> | I wasn't too concerned since this doesn't seem to have any negative
>> | impact on the application, but was curious nonetheless.
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