Explore Labs Configuration Deployment Troubleshooting Security Additional Tools Red Hat Access plug-ins Red Hat Satellite Certificate Tool Red Hat Insights Increase visibility into IT operations to detect and resolve technical issues Top antras Posts: 4 Joined: 2007/07/13 09:56:23 Re: GFS using lock_dlm problem Quote Postby antras » 2007/07/13 09:59:44 I have the same problem on my centos5. Was provided by the package cman, and is now provided by the package gfs2-cluster... Was hoping the gsf in 5 was better at it. https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/Global_File_System_2/s1-manage-mountfs.html
But when I try to mount any GFS2 partition (either directly with mount.gfs2, or via the init.d script), I get the good old error: | gfs_controld join connect error: Connection refused View Responses Resources Overview Security Blog Security Measurement Severity Ratings Backporting Policies Product Signing (GPG) Keys Discussions Red Hat Enterprise Linux Red Hat Virtualization Red Hat Satellite Customer Portal Private Groups Was provided by the package cman, and is now provided by the package gfs2-cluster...
I ran "dlm_controld -D" and I can see the nice interaction with clvmd when ran. For example: # service cman start (ver. 6.0.1 config 20) Starting cluster: Loading modules... done Mounting configfs... Connection Refused Error Mounting Lockproto Lock_dlm Does anyone have a list of what these fields represent ? 3.
After creating the logical volumes, etc. Gfs2 Fs Is For A Different Cluster Open Source Communities Subscriptions Downloads Support Cases Account Back Log In Register Red Hat Account Number: Account Details Newsletter and Contact Preferences User Management Account Maintenance My Profile Notifications Help Log Name: image003.png Type: image/png Size: 916 bytes Desc: not available URL:
What does the output from group_tool -v really indicate, *"00030005 > LEAVE_START_WAIT 12 c000b0002 1" *? How To Mount Gfs2 Filesystem In Linux Man on group_tool doesn't list these fields. 2. barrier/nobarrier Causes GFS2 to send I/O barriers when flushing the journal. But when I try to mount any GFS2 partition (either directly with mount.gfs2, or via the init.d script), I get the good old error: | gfs_controld join connect error: Connection refused
I ran "dlm_controld -D" and I can see the nice interaction with clvmd when ran. BlockDevice Specifies the block device where the GFS2 file system resides. Error Mounting Lockproto Lock Dlm Gfs2 Is it possible to determine the offending node ? Gfs Error Mounting Lockproto Lock Dlm Note, however, that for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 release, Red Hat does not support the use of GFS2 as a single-node file system.
ignore_local_fs Caution: This option should not be used when GFS2 file systems are shared. http://intelishade.net/error-mounting/error-mounting-dev-sda.html Any clues ? In flight/pending IO's are impossible to determine or kill since > lsof on the mount fails. Are you sure you want to proceed? [y/n] y Device: /dev/drbd0 Blocksize: 4096 Device Size 4.00 GB (1048535 blocks) Filesystem Size: 4.00 GB (1048532 blocks) Journals: 2 Resource Groups: 16 Locking Gfs_controld Join Connect Error: Connection Refused
Multiple option parameters are separated by a comma and no spaces. You should fix that first.Please show the output of "service cman status". We Acted. check over here Register If you are a new customer, register now for access to product evaluations and purchasing capabilities.
quota_quantum=secs Sets the number of seconds for which a change in the quota information may sit on one node before being written to the quota file. Fs Is For A Different Cluster Top zioalex Posts: 3 Joined: 2007/08/22 12:35:07 Re: GFS using lock_dlm problem Quote Postby zioalex » 2007/08/29 10:21:08 Hi dear,no news on this problem?I've the sameThxAlex Top djtremors Posts: 23 Joined: By default, using lock_nolock automatically turns on the localflocks flag.
Whenever my rhel 5.7 cluster get's > into "*LEAVE_START_WAIT*" on on a given iscsi volume, the following > occurs: > > 1. Name: image001.png Type: image/png Size: 989 bytes Desc: not available URL:
This is required if you want to access the GFS2 filesystem on two or more hosts at the same time. If the setting of statfs_quantum is 0, then this setting is ignored. If so, which one ? http://intelishade.net/error-mounting/error-mounting-mount-exited-with-exit-code-13-mftmirr-does-not-match-mft-record-0.html These can be used by suitable hardware to implement thin provisioning and similar schemes.
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What does the output from group_tool -v really indicate, *"00030005 LEAVE_START_WAIT 12 c000b0002 1" *? Basically all IO operations stall/fail. > > So my questions are: > > 1. Current Customers and Partners Log in for full access Log In New to Red Hat? how can i unlock it? 0 Kudos Reply Matti_Kurkela Honored Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content
The default behavior, which is the same as specifying errors=withdraw, is for the system to withdraw from the file system and make it inaccessible until the next reboot; in some cases CLVM is still OK, nicely speaking with the dlm layer (dlm_controld). It seems to allow for failover-type clusters only.> is it possible to use gfs without lock_dlm? See: http://clusterlabs.org/doc/en-US/Pacemaker/1.1-plugin/html/Clusters_from_Scratch/ch08s02.html > **** > > ** ** > > # mount /dev/vg_data/lv_data /webdata/ -t gfs2 -v**** > > mount /dev/dm-2 /webdata**** > > parse_opts: opts = "rw"**** > > clear
Open Source Communities Comments Helpful Follow Node is unable to mount a GFS or GFS2 file systems after a fence or reboot with the error "node not a member of the and > which package do we need to install for CentOS 6+ ?**** > > ** ** > > Thanks very much**** > > ** ** > > [image: Description: Description: So I decided to upgrade :) Under Precise (12.04), my OCFS2 partition is still working well. That would require some very careful programming, and a lot of testing after that.> how can i unlock it?You aren't even asking the right question :(Lock_dlm is not required for the
Of course, this will not work in the clustered file system. GFS2 file > creation is successful , but it is failing while trying to mount the > file system . > > It is failing with the following error : > mount /dev/vg01/lvol0 /mygfs2 Complete Usage mount BlockDevice MountPoint -o option The -o option argument consists of GFS2-specific options (refer to Table 4.2, “GFS2-Specific Mount Options”) or acceptable standard Linux mount -o options, Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Menu Categories Solutions IT Transformation Internet of Things Topics Big Data Cloud Security Infrastructure Strategy and Technology Products Cloud Integrated Systems Networking
If a file system is mounted without the -o acl mount option, users are allowed to view ACLs (with getfacl), but are not allowed to set them (with setfacl). Usage Mounting I guess something has changed Dear me :) Check these pages and their diffs: - http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/oneiric/man8/gfs_controld.8.html - http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/precise/man8/gfs_controld.8.html Especialy look at the second line : Provided by: ... CLVM is still OK, nicely speaking with the dlm layer (dlm_controld). Tells GFS2 to let the VFS (virtual file system) layer do all flock and fcntl.