CTDB configuration question

Collins, Kevin [Beeline] KCollins at chevron.com
Wed Jun 25 15:21:18 GMT 2008

Ok, thanks. Do you have any suggestions on the other questions I had?

Additionally, if I am using the first doc, then where is
STATD_SHARED_DIRECTORY being used? It isn't being passed to the statd
command that I can tell...



-----Original Message-----
From: ronnie sahlberg [mailto:ronniesahlberg at gmail.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2008 5:58 PM
To: Collins, Kevin [Beeline]
Cc: samba-technical at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: CTDB configuration question


Use the first link. That is the correct one.

The second link is "old"

On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 10:34 AM, Collins, Kevin [Beeline]
<KCollins at chevron.com> wrote:
> Hi list,
>        I am in the process of setting up a CTDB cluster for both NFS
> and CIFS (on RHEL5 32 bit with GFS). Since NFS is my primary concern,
> am working on that first. I have looked at the documentation (both
> http://ctdb.samba.org/nfs.html and
> _NFS). I am somewhat confused as to the requirements for
> /etc/sysconfig/nfs.
> In particular, the information regarding the STATD_HOSTNAME variable
> different between the 2 documents.
> The first link above shows:
> STATD_HOSTNAME="$NFS_HOSTNAME -H /etc/ctdb/statd-callout -p 97"
> The second shows:
> /etc/ctdb/statd-callout -p 97"
> What is confusing to me?
> 1) why pass "-p 97" to statd when STATD_PORT is defined (in the
> examples) as port 595?
> 2) In the first example, there is no STATD_SHARED_DIRECTORY specified,
> and in the second example the PUBLIC_IP variable is added to the path.
> What is the correct value?
> 2a) Assuming it is needed, where is PUBLIC_IP defined?
> Any other useful info, particularly as it relates to RedHat and GFS
> would be very helpful.
> Thanks,
> Kevin

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