Bug#497556: gfs_controld lock problem - Debian

This is a discussion on Bug#497556: gfs_controld lock problem - Debian ; Package: cman Version: 2.20080629-1 Severity: important PROBLEM: When running gfs_controld compaints about missing entry for lock_dlm_plock: gfs_controld[4203]: /proc/misc: No entry for lock_dlm_plock found gfs_controld[4203]: Is dlm missing from kernel? This is, probably, caused by some changes in rh-cluster code, and ...

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  1. Bug#497556: gfs_controld lock problem

    Package: cman
    Version: 2.20080629-1
    Severity: important

    PROBLEM:

    When running gfs_controld compaints about missing entry for
    lock_dlm_plock:

    gfs_controld[4203]: /proc/misc: No entry for lock_dlm_plock found
    gfs_controld[4203]: Is dlm missing from kernel?

    This is, probably, caused by some changes in rh-cluster code,
    and fix is described in commit log:

    http://sourceware.org/ml/cluster-cvs.../msg00094.html


    ENVIRONMENT:

    Debian Lenny (testing)

    # uname -a
    Linux smh06 2.6.26-1-openvz-amd64 #1 SMP Thu Aug 28 12:10:40 UTC 2008
    x86_64 GNU/Linux

    # cat /proc/misc
    57 dlm_plock
    58 dlm-control
    59 tgt
    130 watchdog
    60 device-mapper
    61 network_throughput
    62 network_latency
    63 cpu_dma_latency
    1 psaux
    228 hpet
    231 snapshot
    227 mcelog



    SOLUTION:

    cman-2.20080801-2 from unstable works fine.

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    Piotr 'aniou' Meyer



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  2. Bug#497556: marked as done (gfs_controld lock problem)


    Your message dated Thu, 4 Sep 2008 12:54:23 +0200
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    has caused the Debian Bug report #497556,
    regarding gfs_controld lock problem
    to be marked as done.

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