[gpfsug-discuss] Test cluster - some questions
pete at realisestudio.com
Thu Apr 25 11:05:36 BST 2013
Thanks Orlando. Much appreciated.
On 25 April 2013 10:48, Orlando Richards <orlando.richards at ed.ac.uk> wrote:
> On 25/04/13 10:38, Pete Smith wrote:
>> Hi all
>> Good to see lots of you at the user group meeting yesterday. Great work,
>> We're setting up a test cluster here at Realise, with a view to moving
>> our main storage over from Gluster.
>> We're running the test cluster on Isilon hardware ... a couple of 1920
>> nodes that we were using for home dirs. Each node has dual gigabit
>> ethernet ports, and dual infiniband ports. Single dual-core Xeon proc
>> and and 4GB RAM. All good stuff and should make a nice test rig.
>> I have a few questions!
>> 1. We're on centos6.4.x86_64. What's the easiest way to go from
>> 3.3.blah to 3.5?
>> 2. I'm having trouble assigning NSDs. I have a descfile which looks like:
>> but the command
>> "mmcrnsd -F /tmp/descfile -v no"
>> just craps out with
>> mmcrnsd: Processing disk sdc1
>> mmcrnsd: Node gpfs001.realisestudio.com
>> <http://gpfs001.realisestudio.**com <http://gpfs001.realisestudio.com>>
>> does not have a GPFS server license
>> mmcrnsd: Error found while checking disk descriptor
>> mmcrnsd: Command failed. Examine previous error messages to determine
> mmchlicense server -N gpfs001.realisestudio.com should sort that one out.
> Any help pointing me gently in the right direction would be much
>> appreciated. :-)
>> Pete Smith
>> DevOp/System Administrator
>> Realise Studio
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>> T. +44 (0)20 7165 9644
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