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mkfs.ocfs2: Could not write: Input/output error
WARNING!!! OCFS2 uses the UUID to uniquely identify a file system.
Having two OCFS2 file systems with the same UUID could, in the least,
cause erratic behavior, and if unlucky, cause file system damage.
Please choose the UUID with care.
You're attempting to create a ocfs2 file system on a disk or path that already has a ocfs2 filesystem.
Attempt to send command: create_pool_filesystem to server: ovms1 failed
This has nothing to do with whether you're having an issue with a X3-2. You can't create a server pool filesystem on a LUN or path that already has one. Either remove the existing file system or simply join the server to the existing pool.
We did every possible by joint a existing OVM pool or esrase the existing pool and file system to crest a new one, but when we use Oracle X3-2 server the result is same error, but no error in IBM X3200 server.....
Now we have the Oracle engineer on site support and open the SR, but they do facing the same error~~
do have no idea on this error!!
create a new/different server pool and try adding the VM to a new server pool. Maybe use a temporary NFS mount from somewhere. This will isolate the issue to just the storage you're using.