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by mussawir.iconlever 3 weeks ago AppleCare Xsan Support Agreement: How to find the registration number (Apple KB) by piyushpbctv 1 month ago Office 2016 by LameBeard 2 months ago Xsan 4 The third seems to be much longer lived and is in fact the session where both the failed and then the successful lctl ping happen and it continues to live on. Favorites: Fedora, FreeBSD, Solaris. Do you recommend me buying a new machine itself or this could be made to work ...? Check This Out

This means that the ping will fail even though the MGS LNet layer is running. any further ideas why?Reply December 2, 2010 at 8:01 am Leave a Reply Cancel reply Proudly powered by WordPress | Theme: Fictive by WordPress.com. A question I have is this: if a full 1 - 1.5 minutes expires after the reset of the MGS before trying any actions, does the first ping (or mount) fail Any suggestions? https://lists.01.org/pipermail/hpdd-discuss/2015-July/002458.html

or does it fail over again back to your primary? Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] OK, I did a little more research and I found that I could increase the verbosity Hopefully the dmesg output will reveal what's wrong, in which case a less drastic solution might be available. A window does exist if the MGS boots up and starts running its LNet module within the 50 second timeout.

  1. Alternatively you can just type (as root user in a terminal) echo "show icb" | cvfsdb where is the name of the volume.
  2. However, this is dangerous as it may trigger unnecessary TCP connection closures/re-opens on very busy TCP channels.
  3. Possibly the source of the control errors.

The panic is triggered after this, hence a failover. vBulletin ę2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Hide Permalink Liang Zhen added a comment - 14/May/12 4:00 AM Hi, a quick question, is "keepalive" of socklnd disabled? (i.e: ksocklnd keepalive=0) Liang Show Liang Zhen added a comment - May 9 16:40:30 oss1 kernel: LustreError: 2333:0:(obd_mount.c:1723:server_fill_super()) Unable to start targets: -5 May 9 16:40:30 oss1 kernel: LustreError: 2333:0:(obd_mount.c:1512:server_put_super()) no obd lustre-OSTffff May 9 16:40:30 oss1 kernel: LustreError: 2333:0:(obd_mount.c:141:server_deregister_mount()) lustre-OSTffff not

While I am hoping this is a permanent fix, I am extremely interested in the underlying issue. Content ©Intel CorporationTerms of Use*TrademarksCookiesPrivacy Atlassian Um Google Groups Discussions nutzen zu k├Ânnen, aktivieren Sie JavaScript in Ihren Browsereinstellungen und aktualisieren Sie dann diese Seite. . Is the MGS running? https://jira.hpdd.intel.com/browse/LU-1394 May 9 16:40:30 oss1 kernel: LustreError: 2333:0:(obd_mount.c:1723:server_fill_super()) Unable to start targets: -5 May 9 16:40:30 oss1 kernel: LustreError: 2333:0:(obd_mount.c:1512:server_put_super()) no obd lustre-OSTffff May 9 16:40:30 oss1 kernel: LustreError: 2333:0:(obd_mount.c:141:server_deregister_mount()) lustre-OSTffff not

The syslog from this: May 9 16:40:11 oss1 kernel: LDISKFS-fs (loop1): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. I assume error -113 in this case is just a generic "connection failure" type error although if something could be deduced from that, it would certainly be great :O Thanks, Sean You may want give the machine a cleaning / fan check. Activity All Comments History Activity Ascending order - Click to sort in descending order Hide Permalink Brian Murrell added a comment - 09/May/12 12:51 PM I should expand a bit on

While looking for potential problems I noticed that a single ESX server had lost access to all of its NFS datastores. Thanks Sreekar. Hide Permalink Doug Oucharek added a comment - 14/May/12 2:43 AM That is very strange...15-20 minutes and the connection is not being closed. s u b b u "You've got to be original, because if you're like someone else, what do they need you for?" -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed...

Then, I created a new VMkernel with the original IP information. http://bashprofile.net/failed-to/wordpress-has-failed-to-upload-due-to-an-error-failed-to-write-file-to-disk.html normal ping succeds between machines but not lctl ping. >>> >>> so my current problem is this : >>> >>> # lctl ping 172.24.198.112 at o2ib >>> failed to ping 172.24.198.112 I am unable to reproduce this exact scenario as I cannot get my VM to reboot faster than about 2 minutes. A subsequent lctl ping will succeed.

gmail ! It fails: # lctl lctl > network up LNET configured lctl > network tcp lctl > ping 192.168.1.250 failed to ping [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Input/output error Yet, I can ping the node I have the following in / etc/modprobe.conf: options lnet networks="tcp0(eth2)" to specify the third NIC only. this contact form or does it fail over again back to your primary?

The above is expected behaviour. routing table on these two nodes >> 4. Log in or register to post comments Submitted by lotte on Sat, 04/11/2009 - 4:54pm What┬┤s the output of cvlabel -l?

It'd help to "echo +neterror >/proc/sys/lnet/printk" before running the commands.Post by Erik FroeseCould the problem be that the lustre fs on the private network isactually called tcp and not tcp0?

Can anyone suggest something to repair this annoying recurrence. Based on this, I decided to ping from the NAS device to the ESX VMkernel, but did not receive a response. Not yet contacted Applecare. I do and it is that traffic which triggers the TCP connection to close (after a timeout period).

modprobe ib_ipoib >>> 2. lctl ping) will result in an attempt to re-open the TCP connection. Submitted by T.K Sreekar on Wed, 04/08/2009 - 10:58am Forums:TroubleshootingHi All, We have an Xsan which was working smooth, but started volume failover to the secondary controller frequently since last month navigate here I am unable to reproduce this exact scenario as I cannot get my VM to reboot faster than about 2 minutes.

In the above scenario, if "mds1" is the MGS, registration of a new OST can fail to reach this freshly rebooted MGS and results in: # mount -t lustre -o loop