"Managing MC/ServiceGuard NFS A.11.11.03 and A.11.23.02"



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Re: "Managing MC/ServiceGuard NFS A.11.11.03 and A.11.23.02"

Postby Dave Olker » Thu, 18 Sep 2008 01:35:36 GMT

Hi Ulrich,

When I check the latest version of the "Serviceguard NFS Toolkit A.11.31.02, 
A.11.11.06, and A.11.23.05 Administrator's Guide: HP-UX 11i v1, v2, and v3" 
I see this on the limitations page:

NOTE: Beginning with Serviceguard NFS A.11.11.03 and A.11.23.02, you can 
address this limitation by enabling the File Lock Migration feature (see 
"Overview of the NFS File Lock Migration Feature").



Re: "Managing MC/ServiceGuard NFS A.11.11.03 and A.11.23.02"

Postby Ulrich Windl » Tue, 28 Oct 2008 22:02:20 GMT

"Dave Olker" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes:


unfortunately I have a call at HP where they exaclty suggested to do the
opposite, namely disable lock migration, because it seems to be broken in the
current ONCplus release.


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1.Q: "Managing MC/ServiceGuard NFS A.11.11.03 and A.11.23.02"


The current version of "Managing MC/ServiceGuard NFS A.11.11.03 and
A.11.23.02" is dated 2004, and it mentions in the limitations (page 9) that
all NFS locks are lost. AFAIK, that no longer true for at least two years.
The version of the toolkit we have is "A.11.31.02". I wonder why there isn't
an updated manual.

I wouldn't complain, but that NFS toolkit bundle sells for about 900$ and what
you get installed is 80kB shell scripts and a very short README...


2.[PATCH 02/30] NFS: Fix up split of fs/nfs/inode.c [try #11]

3.[PATCH 11/11] nfs-acl

4.[PATCH 11/30] NFS: Use the dentry superblock directly in nfs_statfs() [try #11]

5.Utility glance on HP-UX B.11.23 and B.11.31

On Jun 16, 8:01m, Alex Vinokur < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote:
> Hi,
> We run utility glance on HP-UX B.11.23 and B.11.31.
> As a result, I have two questions:
> 1. glance itself takes no CPU resources on B.11.23,
> ut glance itself on B.11.31 takes about 15% of CPU.
>> ny explanations?>

> 2. The same column "CPU Util (400%)" is in glance-report on both HP>
> versions: B.11.23 and B.11.31.>
> ut B.11.31 has hyperthreading. Perhaps, glance-report on B.11.3>
> should contain column "CPU Util (800%)" instead of "CPU Util (400%)">
> machinfo  // for B.11.31
CPU info:
  2 Intel(R) Itanium 2 9000 series processors (1.59 GHz, 18 MB)
          532 MT/s bus, CPU version C2
          4 logical processors (2 per socket)

B.11.31 has 4 logical processors, so: it seems that it should be "CPU
Util (400%)"

But what about question-1?

Alex Vinokur

6. [PATCH 02/11] NFS: Fix oops in nfs_cancel_commit_list

7. [PATCH 03/30] NFS: Disambiguate nfs_stat_to_errno() [try #11]

8. [PATCH 03/11] NFS: Fix error handling in nfs_direct_write_result()

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