Re: GFS and Fedora 4 Cluser Setup (Begginer)
From: Michael Heiming (michael+USENET_at_www.heiming.de)
Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2005 20:17:34 +0200
In comp.os.linux.setup email@example.com:
> That's my first cluster setup! Let me describe what i did!
> 1- Installed Fedora 4 on 3 partitions:
> /dev/hda2 - > /boot 150mb
> /dev/hda3 - > / 16.000mb
> /dev/hda5 - > LVM 10.000mb
> 2- Runned some commands after a search on the web. Seems i created a
> group called group1!.
> >pvcreate /dev/hda5
> >vgcreate group1 /dev/hda5
> >lvcreate -L1G -nmy_logical_volume group1
> >vgchange -a y group1
> Now, if i am right, i have to create the filesystem on this group, but
> all the commands now go wrong. Tried mkfs_gfs ..., mount -t gfs,... but
> everything goes wrong.
> Found on the net too, references about a file
> "/etc/cluster/cluster.conf" but this file does not exists on fedora.
> Even the directory /etc/cluster.
> What's up next? What do i have to do?
It would have really really helped if you had posted the exact
error messages, even if they don't tell you much they would have
told us lots about the problem.
Random guess, you don't have the needed support for GFS in your
kernel and need to install ~gfs-kernel package or however it's
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