[Pvfs2-users] Help: pvfs2-server won't start, errors detected
jkusznir at gmail.com
Fri Apr 6 19:27:02 EDT 2012
I did manage to get it working; apparently unloading the old module,
killing off the old pvfs2-client* and restarting was not sufficient; a
full reboot was required.
I found the old init script I used to set things up and got that
running and built into my RPM, so I'm almost ready to get the clients
all reinstalled with the newer versions.
Unfortunately, the user e-mails are starting to come in. It appears
they found their pitch forks and are starting to sharpen them....I
guess I'm staying late today.
On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 3:11 PM, Becky Ligon <ligon at omnibond.com> wrote:
> Not sure why you're getting these errors. We'll have to check into it.
> Let's get the client working first.
> On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 5:28 PM, Jim Kusznir <jkusznir at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Also, I just ran pvfs2-fsck, and got an error early on:
>> [root at aeolus kusznir]# pvfs2-fsck -nm /mnt/pvfs2
>> # Current FSID is 62659950.
>> server 0, exceeding number of handles it declared (10218500),
>> currently (10218501)
>> pvfs2-fsck: src/apps/admin/pvfs2-fsck.c:1340: handlelist_add_handles:
>> Assertion `0' failed.
>> I don't understand enough to know how bad this is, and what to do about
>> BTW: server 0 is not the server that had the db corruption. This
>> result came in under a minute of running.
>> On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 2:00 PM, Jim Kusznir <jkusznir at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi all:
>> > So I've managed to get orangefs-2.8.5 built against db-4.8.30. I've
>> > got it installed, and have started all three of my pvfs2 servers with
>> > this server software installed. As far as I can tell, all three
>> > servers have started correctly.
>> > On a seperate client machine, with a pvfs2tab file, I can run
>> > pvfs2-ping, pvfs2-ls, etc, and it looks good so far and appears to
>> > work.
>> > However, when I attempt to mount the directory, it fails. It appears
>> > to me that pvfs2-client[-core] is exiting immediately upon start with
>> > no trace/log/anything. I start them like I once did, but then they
>> > don't show up in ps, and when I attempt to continue with the mounting,
>> > I get a connection timed out. I can telnet to port 3334 with the
>> > hostname its attempting to use, so it doesn't appear to be a
>> > networking-level issue. This is further supported by the pvfs2-ls
>> > command working.
>> > Are there any new tricks required to get pvfs2-client[-core] to run
>> > with the newer versions?
>> > Thanks!
>> > --Jim
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> Becky Ligon
> OrangeFS Support and Development
> Omnibond Systems
> Anderson, South Carolina
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