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Old 10-06-2008, 05:06 PM
Ryan Golhar
 
Default Redhat Cluster Suite / GFS

Does anyone know how I get Redhat Cluster Suite? The docs says GFS is
included as part of RHEL 5 Advanced Platform, but I don't see that
anywhere online.


Is this something I need to purchase from RedHat?
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Old 10-06-2008, 05:15 PM
Ryan Golhar
 
Default Redhat Cluster Suite / GFS

Nevermind. The docs refer to gfs, however it should be gfs2


Ryan Golhar wrote:
Does anyone know how I get Redhat Cluster Suite? The docs says GFS is
included as part of RHEL 5 Advanced Platform, but I don't see that
anywhere online.


Is this something I need to purchase from RedHat?

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Old 10-06-2008, 06:35 PM
Ryan Golhar
 
Default Redhat Cluster Suite / GFS

Alright - I have to say that Redhat docs suck sometimes, and this is one
of those times. I've spent most of my day fooling around with this
unsuccessfully.


I'm trying to configure GFS on a SAN. I've created the logical volume
and a partition on it using gfs2. When I try to mount it, I get these
errors:


/sbin/mount.gfs2: can't connect to gfs_controld: Connection refused

I googled it and found a reference to gfs2-tool, cman, etc. Why doesn't
the RedHat docs mention this in the GFS admin docs?


I don't want the other aspects of clustering, just the shared file
system. Do I still need to configure a cluster to use gfs2? It seems
odd that I would need to.


Ryan


Ryan Golhar wrote:

Nevermind. The docs refer to gfs, however it should be gfs2


Ryan Golhar wrote:
Does anyone know how I get Redhat Cluster Suite? The docs says GFS is
included as part of RHEL 5 Advanced Platform, but I don't see that
anywhere online.


Is this something I need to purchase from RedHat?

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