[Pvfs2-users] installation pvfs2-ping ok,
but pvfs2-ls and pvfs2-cp fails
luizmendesw at gmail.com
Fri Jan 12 15:30:22 EST 2007
Firstly i would like to thank for your kindness and atention.
I execute this code line and after i startes pvfs2-server command
% pvfs2-server /etc/pvfs/fs.conf /etc/pvfs/server.conf-luizmendes
and log file /tmp/pvfs2-server.log registered this following line
[D 01/12 18:21] PVFS2 Server version 2.6.1 starting.
After this i executed
% pvfs2-ping -m /mnt/pvfs2
And this command didnt record nothing in log file. And this command
The PVFS2 filesystem at /mnt/pvfs2 appears to be correctly configured.
Now command, % pvfs2-ls /mnt/pvfs2 -V
and it entered in loop and recorded this following message several times in
[E 01/12 18:28] TROVE:DBPF:Berkeley DB: keyval_db->get (handle info):
DB_BUFFER_SMALL: User memory too small for return value
2007/1/12, Murali Vilayannur <murali.vilayannur at gmail.com>:
> Hi Luiz,
> Are you using it over TCP or any of the other supported BMI networks?
> Something is definitely wrong with some of the most recent releases
> (or even HEAD)
> since this is the 2nd (or 3rd?) report of infinite looping on the
> Can you turn on verbose event logging on the servers...you can do this
> by running..
> % pvfs2-setdebugmask -m "pvfs mount point from pvfs2tab file" verbose
> I haven't had the chance to reproduce this yet..
> If noone else beats me to it, I guess I can take a stab at this tonight.
> Sam, Pete, RobL, RobR: any clues on what is happening?
> On 1/12/07, Luiz Mendes <luizmendesw at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I got PVFS-2.6.1 and i did begin installation procedures according to
> > official website.
> > It works until testing. pvfs2-ping command worked correctly, but
> > didnt return anything and it was in loop state, running indefinitly.
> > I stop pvfs2-ls process and i did try pvfs-cp example, and it didnt work
> > too, return the following message:
> > PVFS_sys_create: File exists
> > Could not open /mnt/pvfs3/testfile2
> > * pvfs3 is the other name that i choose, it didnt work previously in
> > /mnt/pvfs2 too.
> > i am using SUSE 10.1.
> > Could you help me?
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