I have 4 ST2000DL003-9VT166 (2Tbyte) disks in a RAID 5 array. Because of the size I built them as a GPT partitioned disk. They were originally built on a CentOS 5.x machine but more recently plugged into a CentOS 6.2 machine where they were detec..
We have CentOS 5.6 on DELL server. I create VG and LV on one SSD disk. after couple weeks I decide to delete it.I unmount file system but can not delete LV. It say in use. I try following but still NOT work:# lvchange -an /dev/VG0-SSD910/LV01-SSD91..
OK folks, Im back at it again.Instead of taking my J4400 ( 24 x 1T
disks) and making a big RAID60 out of it which Linux cannot make a
filesystem on, Im created 4 x RAID6 which each are 3.64T
I then do :
cat /usr/bin/padsp or man padspThatll tell you what to do. All else fails you can stream the audio with n..
I am doing some dev items with GSteamer and CentOS 6.2 The latest GStreamer has dependencies on glib 2.24Is there a CentOS+ or something out there that would use this later version? Any chance upstream will be moving to such a version.Th..
So I updated my guest from 5.1 to 5.8 via a complete yum update, many many packages BTW.I shutdown the guest, change its Disk bus from IDE to Virtio and then upon boot, I get kernel panics as no disk can be found. I do get the splash screen at fi..
After updating to the latest kernel, I get subject error at grub. I have no idea as to how to fix this. Booting of the previous kernel is fine. Could someone please help sort this out? Thank you in advance!!PhilRelative info:grub.conf# grub.conf genera..
all,Is anyone successfully running/has succesfully upgraded to 2.6.32-220 from, say, 2.6.32-71.29.1? (i.e. done a normal run-of-the-mill yum update on, say a 6.0 instance all the way up cleanly to 6.2?Reason I ask is that booting into -220 (and I th..
I have two running servers (drbd primary, drbd secondary). When there is a problem with one of them we switch to the second one. Currently on the /dev/drbd0 (it has /xxx ext3 filesystem directly on it) we have some filesystem problems (after fsck -..