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Re: [Xen-devel] xen-testing and redhat-cluster devel

On 15 Feb 2005, at 08:04, Fajar A. Nugraha wrote:

I do, don't I :)
It's very promising though. If it works.
You'll have shared storage for all the virtual domains, which means xm migrate should work nicely. It should work without clvmd, but I would have to reboot one node to synchronize LVM metadata each time I add new LV. And redhat cluster does not say it have to be run on redhat systems :)

Actually you don't, you can not use clvmd and instead use a manual process of not letting anyone than you do any changes, and then just /etc/init.d/lvm restart/reload, or kill the lvm cache issue the lvm commands themselves.

What does gdb tell you about the ccsd backtrace?

Which output of bt do I need to post? all?

A backtrace of where it crashes wouldn't hurt I think.




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