Adding new quorum device, unable to do a new disks probing...

Adding new quorum device, unable to do a new disks probing...

Post by SYSma » Thu, 04 Mar 2004 19:43:02



Hi, I've configured new shared disks for my cluster's nodes (Sun Cluster
2.2). Each node see these devices through 'format' but I can't see them
whith 'finddevices' probe command in order to do a new quorum device
assignment. So I can do it, because neither "scconf <mycluster> -q <node1>
<node2>" command don't show me new disk devices! How can my cluster do a
probing new disk devices in order to add a new quorum device?

Thanks in advance

Christian

 
 
 

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/dev/hda6                 /                         ext2   defaults 1 1
/dev/hda1                 /dos                      ignore 0 0 0
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/dev/fd0                  /mnt/floppy               ext2   noauto 0 0
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/dev/hda9                 /usr/local                ext2   defaults 1 2
/dev/hda10                /usr/src                  ext2   defaults 1 2
/dev/hda2                 none                      ignore 0 0 0
/dev/hda3                 none                      ignore  0 0

none                      /proc                     proc   defaults
/dev/hda5                 none                      swap   sw

(hda1 is the gig of DOS that's working, hda2 is the extended partition base
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