[Pvfs2-users] Problem when building 2.7.1 on linux 2.6.25
slang at mcs.anl.gov
Thu May 8 14:10:45 EDT 2008
In a previous release we changed the configuration file format. You
no longer need a per-server config file (/etc/pvfs2-server.conf),
instead everything gets stored in the global config file (/etc/pvfs2-
fs.conf). So when you're running genconfig, only give the first
The pvfs2-server binary requires only the pvfs2-fs.conf file as an
argument now as well.
On May 8, 2008, at 12:55 PM, Liu Yang wrote:
> I have installed the BerkeleyDB and compiled the server and client
> codes, also
> I have done this "ln /usr/local/BerkeleyDB.4.6/lib/libdb-4.6.so /usr/
> 4.6.so".Then I am trying to generate the configuration file on the
> server. However, when I follow the following command it cannot run
> PG006:/etc # pvfs2-genconfig /etc/pvfs2-fs.conf /etc/pvfs2-server.conf
> Bad arguments. See -h for help.
> But when I change it into this:
> PG006:/etc # pvfs2-genconfig /etc/pvfs2-server.conf
> it can still run, and then I can continue other successive configs.
> But the argument "/etc/pvfs2-fs.conf" is the target where the
> configurations I
> have done are kept, right? So if I cannot define it, it would be very
> troublesome to install the pvfs2 on a cluster system.
> So can anyone help me? I am a novice to pvfs2. Thanks a lot!
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