[DRBD-user] Re: [Linux-HA] Filesystem ocf problem

Ben Clewett ben at roadrunner.uk.com
Thu Aug 23 17:38:01 CEST 2007



Thanks for the advise.  I don't use rpm's my self.  There is 
documentation in my source directory.

The reason for this email is just to note to the group that a large file 
system under drbd mounted by the latest linux-ha will cause a problem 
which can only be sorted by a complete re-boot.

I hope this will be useful, and somebody may decide it's a bug worth 
investigation...

Regards,

matilda matilda wrote:
>>>> Ben Clewett <ben at roadrunner.uk.com> 23.08.2007 17:06 >>>
>> If any kind linux-ha member can let me know how this is done, it would 
>> be very useful.
> 
> Hi Ben,
> 
> you can increase the timeout by setting an explicit timeout value for the
> start operation (probably stop and monitor also).
> 
> Look at the current dtd of your package.
> 
> I just can recommend to set the following alias for all work with HAv2
> when you have a rpm package:
> 
> alias sdtd="view $(rpm -q -l heartbeat | grep '.dtd')"
> 
> Therein you find really valuable informations. It's always worth to
> look there more often. 
> 
> Best regards
> Andreas Mock
> 
> 
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> See also: http://linux-ha.org/ReportingProblems
> 


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