[Linux-cluster] Running clvm on part of the cluster
emi2fast at gmail.com
Fri Jan 24 15:28:37 UTC 2014
are you sure you can add a node in redhat cluster without reboot the whole
use cman_tool status on old nodes
2014/1/24 Alexander GQ Gerasiov <gq at cs.msu.su>
> //Second try, because previous mail was hold at moderation I think.
> //Excuse me if there will be dups.
> Hello there.
> I need your help to solve some issues I met.
> I use redhat-cluster (as part of Proxmox VE) in our virtualization
> I have several servers with SAN storage attached and CLVM managed
> volumes. In general it works.
> Today I had to attach one more box to Proxmox instance and found
> blocking issue:
> this node joined cluster, proxmosFS started and everything is ok with
> this host. But it does not have SAN connection, so I didn't start CLVM
> on it. And when I try to do some lvm-related work on other host I got
> "clvmd not running on node <node-without-clvm>"
> and locking failed.
> Ok, I thought, and started CLVM on that host...
> and locking still fails with
> Error locking on node <node-without-clvm>: Volume group for uuid not
> found: <id>
> So my question is:
> How to handle situation, when only part of cluster nodes has access to
> particular LUN, but need to run CLVM and use CLVM locking over it?
> Best regards, Alexander.
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