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comment Ext3 Keeps getting Journal Error and Becoming Read-Only
I have rebuilt the journals and still getting the errors. As far as I know, I have not configured multipathd for HP storage. How can I make sure that only PowerPath is active and not the default multipathd?
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comment Ext3 Keeps getting Journal Error and Becoming Read-Only
- Multipath is not enabled. The multipath.conf is the default. "multipath -ll" returns nothing. - After unmount and fsck, I can remount the filesystem. - I have re-created the LUN's before, and the problem still recurs. LUN on EMC are OK. - I am now accessing the devices directly using /dev/sd*. - I use default mount option. Block size is 8K. - Before the installation of PowerPath, I already encountered intermittent problem. But the problem has become worse after installation of Powerpath.
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revised Linux Kernel Modules Refuses to Load
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comment Linux Kernel Modules Refuses to Load
Uname as follows: [root@cvoapd05 ~]# uname -a Linux cvoapd05 2.6.18-194.32.1.el5 #1 SMP Mon Dec 20 10:52:42 EST 2010 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux Grub.conf is added to the question above.
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accepted How to Boot Linux without Certain Kernel Modules and Still Able to have Write Permissions on File Systems?
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comment How to Boot Linux without Certain Kernel Modules and Still Able to have Write Permissions on File Systems?
This works perfectly! Yes, the PowerPath modules are not working properly. So, I have comment out kernel modules in modprobe.conf. Now I can boot up the system into run level 3 and with write access to local file systems. The next problem is how to sort out the mess in PowerPath kernel modules. I get "Device or resource busy" where running modprobe to load the modules manual. Strangely, all the ko files are still in the current path.
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asked How to Boot Linux without Certain Kernel Modules and Still Able to have Write Permissions on File Systems?
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comment rhn_register through HTTP Proxy with Authentication
Yes, I did. It seems that rhn_register only support Basic HTTP Authentication.