[PVFS2-users] Re: how to debug pvsf2 - mount fail
cshen at cisco.com
Fri Jun 18 15:39:03 EDT 2004
With kind help from this aliase, I was able to load the pvfs2.ko.
Now I'm installing the pvfs2 on a cluster of two machines, server-1 and
With pvfs2.ko loaded, pvfs2-server running, and mount point created, I
typed the mount
command as instructed in the quick start manual but it failed:
[root at server-2 root]# mount -t pvfs2 pvfs2 /mnt/pvfs2 -v
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on pvfs2,
or too many mounted file systems
Can any one comment on it?
[root at server-2 root]# ls /mnt
cdrom floppy pvfs2
[root at server-2 root]# lsmod | grep pvfs
pvfs2 37412 0
[root at server-2 root]# cat /etc/pvfs2tab
tcp://server-2:3334/pvfs2-fs /mnt/pvfs2 pvfs2 default 0 0
[root at server-2 root]# ps aux | grep pvfs2
root 29637 0.0 0.3 67028 1916 ? S 11:49 0:00 pvfs2-server
root 29911 0.0 0.1 4376 592 pts/7 S 14:14 0:00 grep pvfs2
At 05:00 PM 6/17/2004 -0500, Nathan Poznick wrote:
>Thus spake David Shirvanyants:
> > I had exactly the same problem with some other third-party module.
> > Your module has version 2.6.5-1.358custom, but your currently running
> > kernel is 2.6.5-1.358, as shows the output from uname -a.
> > You must build the module against the correct kernel source tree, in
> > your case this is probably the /lib/modules/2.6.5-1.358/build
>Ahh, or also easy if the .config is the _exact_ same, just edit the
>top-level Makefile in the kernel source tree and remove the 'custom'
>part from (I believe) EXTRAVERSION.
>Nathan Poznick <poznick at conwaycorp.net>
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