Perhaps you meant gfs2-utils?The gfs2 kernel module is included in the standard CentOS kernel so does not require a kmod package.gfs2 is the replacement for the old gfs pack... [by TrevorH]
My company has been trying to implement a GFS2 solution on an iSCSI storage platform for one of our customers are are having a hard time coming up to speed on the technology. Given that... [by bharrisspro]
We're currently using a NoSQL derivative called Splunk to receive our data. The software supports something called "search head pooling" in which the job-dispatching engine is housed on several servers which share a common storage point. Originally our intention was to use a clustered filesystem like GFS2 because of low latency, stability, and ease of setup.
I have cluster(CentOS 5.4) with 8 nodes. To cluster attached disk(gfs2) from SAN.
7 nodes mount disk normally. But one node:
[root@n0 ~]# mount LABEL=clus:proj /proj
/sbin/mount.gfs2: /dev/sdm already mounted or /proj busy
Of course disk is not mounted on this node. dmesg and messanges show nothing.
How to find problem?