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-Installing, configuring and running OCFS2 on Gentoo Linux
-Step 1 - Inserting modules
-Add 'ocfs2' to your /etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6 file:
-# echo "ocfs2" >> /etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6
-# modules-update
-Step 2 - Mounting the pseudo-filesystems
-add mountpoints for configfs and dlmfs to /etc/fstab
-# echo "none /config configfs defaults 0 0" >> /etc/fstab
-# echo "none /dlm ocfs2_dlmfs defaults 0 0" >> /etc/fstab
-Step 3 - Addding ocfs2 to default runlevel
-# rc-update add ocfs2 default
-Step 1 - Edit your cluster.conf
-Edit /etc/ocfs2/cluster.conf and add your nodes. One node can be a member
-of many cluster, so repeat the config for each node/cluster pair. In the case of
-a multicluster node, "ip_port" must be different for every cluster.
-You can also use o2cb_console for this task, if you compiled with USE=X.
-Step 2 - Copy config to other nodes
-Make sure that every node in cluster(s) has an identical config file.
-Step 3 - Update /etc/conf.d/ocfs2
-Add names of cluster(s) in which this node belongs to the OCFS2_CLUSTERS list.
-Also, if you're running firewall on your nodes, make sure you've read
-"Firewall restrictions" below.
-Notes about adding nodes while online
-*DON'T* add nodes to /etc/ocfs2/cluster.conf while the cluster is online.
-Use /sbin/o2cb_ctl instead, e.g.:
-# /sbin/o2cb_ctl -C -n <node_name> -t node -a number=<node_number> \
- -a ip_address=<ip_address> -a ip_port=<port> -a cluster=<clustername>
-If the complete cluster is down, you may add nodes to /etc/ocfs2/cluster.conf,
-but make sure you end up with *SAME* cluster.conf on every node.
-For a complete reference, check files in this directory
-as well as
-You have been warned.
-Also, if you're running a firewall on your nodes, make sure you've read the
-following section.
-Firewall restrictions
-Logically, allow all nodes to connect to each other via specified port(s).
-If you used 7777 as a port for communication, issue:
-# iptables -I INPUT 1 -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT
-# iptables -N OCFS2_NODES
-# iptables -A OCFS2_NODES -s <node_ip_address> -j ACCEPT
-(repeat former command for every node)
-# iptables -A OCFS2_NODES -j DROP
-# iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 7777 -m state --state NEW -j OCFS2_NODES
-# /etc/init.d/iptables save
-You should do this on every node.
-1. Init script does not have all the funtionality of the o2cb script
-I know that, but o2cb script doesn't use "depend" and therefore its start
-can't be controlled inside runlevels. I had to rewrite major portions of it
-to make it Gentoo-friendly. o2cb is still available, and if you need
-additional functionality from /etc/init.d/ocfs2, file a bug report (see
-"Reporting Bugs" below).
-2. Booting off the ocfs2 cluster doesn't work
-... or at least, isn't tested. If someone wants to play with it, I'd be
-happy to incorporate any ideas or experiences.