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Sep 12 16:22:22 dev kernel: GFS: Trying to join cluster "lock_dlm", "vgcomp:gfscomp"
Sep 12 16:22:22 dev kernel: dlm: gfscomp: lockspace already in use
Sep 12 16:22:22 dev kernel: lock_dlm: new lockspace error -17
Sep 12 16:22:22 dev kernel: GFS: can't mount proto = lock_dlm, table = vgcomp:gfscomp, hostdata =
Sep 12 16:22:23 dev hald: Timed out waiting for hotplug event 395. Rebasing to 396
There are two physical drives attached to a FC network. I would like to have access to each on their own, not as part of a single volume group of storage.
Anyone have some ideas, things I can try, to start getting closer to something that works? I've tried all I can think of.
Let me know what info you need and I'll be happy to provide it of course.