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Have you tried Google, for instance:
Yes I have and I did ran into the link you posted. But I'm using shared storage so that fix will not work for me.
Thanks for the suggestion.
AFAIK, the lock_dlm module provides the inter-node locking protocol for the GFS and GFS2 shared file system.1 person found this helpful
Oracle provides OCFS2 (Oracle Cluster File System) as a shared disk file system and the drivers are included in the UEK kernel. Perhaps your solution will be to use OCFS2 instead of the GFS2 file system for your shared storage. Or use the supplied original RHEL kernel.
Edited by: Dude on Sep 19, 2012 6:55 AM
Yes using OCFS2 was a consideration in the past but I will have to look as to how well OCFS2 will work with the web server clustering software. Thanks for your help.
I remember reading that OCFS2 is included in the Linux mainstream kernel, but RHEL removes it from their distribution.
I remember reading that OCFS2 is included in the Linux mainstream kernel, but RHEL removes it from their distribution.http://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/filesystems/ocfs2.txt