[ClusterLabs] gfs2 without pacemaker ?
anprice at redhat.com
Mon Apr 24 08:03:41 EDT 2023
On 23/04/2023 20:36, Bernd Lentes wrote:
> I need quick access to a GFS2 partition. Is it possible to mount it without a running cluster ?
For emergency access to a gfs2 filesystem from a single machine, mount
it with 'mount -o lockproto=lock_nolock /dev/foo /mnt/dir'. Make sure
that it's the only mounter and that it's unmounted before starting cluster.
There is some info about the lockproto mount option in the gfs2 man page.
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