[Linux-cluster] Can`t mount gfs

Bob Peterson rpeterso at redhat.com
Mon Nov 30 15:00:55 UTC 2009

----- "Pavel Kuzin" <pk at nodex.ru> wrote:
| I`m tring to upgrade my old 1.04 installation to 2.03.11.
| I`m installed new versions of software.
| I`m using customised kernel.
| And cluster is came up.
| Creating test filesystem is ok.
| But when i trying to mount new filesystem error is occured.
| Can anybody tell what i`m doing wrong?
| Thank you!
| /sbin/mount.gfs: mount(2) failed error -1 errno 19

Hi Pavel,

Make sure the gfs kernel module is running.  In other words, do:

lsmod | grep gfs

If it's not running, that's your problem.  Make sure it is
compiled properly for your custom kernel.  Maybe you just need
to do a depmod -a or something.


Bob Peterson
Red Hat File Systems

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