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correlator:loaddisks [2008/12/19 20:07]
hbignall
correlator:loaddisks [2014/03/26 19:31] (current)
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 ====== How to load XRAID disk sets ====== ====== How to load XRAID disk sets ======
  
 +  * **Note:** as we seldom (never?) use NFS mounting now, it is usually OK to simply unmount the Xraids, power off, change disks, power on and mount the new disks. Otherwise, the following instructions may be useful.
   * Ensure no one has left open files on the disks: Run ''​lsof''​ in the directories where the data is located.   * Ensure no one has left open files on the disks: Run ''​lsof''​ in the directories where the data is located.
   * You may also want to see whether anyone is using the machine. Use the "​w"​ command.   * You may also want to see whether anyone is using the machine. Use the "​w"​ command.
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 > sudo /​etc/​init.d/​nfs-kernel-server reload > sudo /​etc/​init.d/​nfs-kernel-server reload
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-and on each node where you need to use these data, mount the device over NFS +and on each node where you need to use these data, mount the device over NFS
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 > mount /​nfs/​xraid0?/?​_?​ > mount /​nfs/​xraid0?/?​_?​
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 (Note that sudo access is not required for this). (Note that sudo access is not required for this).
  
 +**Tip:** parallel-ssh is useful for NFS mounting on multiple nodes
 \\ \\
  
 [[xraid|Back to XRAID menu]] [[xraid|Back to XRAID menu]]
  
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