Any GPFS gurus out there?
April 27, 2009 10:08 AM Subscribe
Grasping at straws here: have you successfully configured GPFS to operate in a multicluster environment?
posted by larsks to computers & internet (1 answer total)
We're running GPFS
and are running into some issues trying to get it to operate in multicluster mode, in which one GPFS cluster mounts filesystems from an unrelated GPFS cluster. We're following IBM's documentation (e.g., this
) and everything looks great except we're unable to complete the mount operation. The log messages haven't been terribly helpful. This is on the "client" (the system initiating the mount request):
server refused connection because it is not configured to accept connections from the IP address .... Ensure the local nodes name services is returning the same IP address which the host os configued to use for GPFS communication.
The client is contacting the server over a shared private network (e.g., 10.x.x.x address space). Both systems also have public (routeable) addresses. We've tried all sorts of permutations of the