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Sanergy - All fused mount points are lost after restating the sanergy service

Discussion in 'Backup / Archive Discussion' started by smellycat, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. smellycat

    smellycat New Member

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    Hi,

    we are facing problems with sanergy.

    We have a SUSE Linux 10 Sp1 x86_64 2.6.16.46 based server as a MDC for Sanergy. and SUSE Linux 10 Sp1 2.6.16.53-0.16-ppc64 server as a sanergy client. we are able to successfully fuse the mount points. The problem is that whenever we restart the sanergy service all the fused mount points are lost. :(
    given below are the brief of what i am doing.
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    Command> fuse /DISKPOOL1
    Success
    Command> fuse /DISKPOOL2
    Success
    Command> fuse /DISKPOOL3
    Success
    Command> fuse /DISKPOOL4
    Success
    Command> fuse /DISKPOOL5
    Success
    Command> fuse
    OK|/DISKPOOL1,192.120.10.18,/DISKPOOL1|/DISKPOOL2,192.120.10.18,/DISKPOOL2|/DISKPOOL3,192.120.10.18,/DISKPOOL3|/DISKPOOL4,192.120.10.18,/DISKPOOL4|/DISKPOOL5,192.120.10.18,/DISKPOOL5
    Command> version
    sanergyfsf_3.3.5.0 Fri Jun 20 15:37:03 EDT 2008
    Command>
    Command> exit


    prd:/opt/SANergy # service sanergy stop
    prd:/opt/SANergy # service sanergy start
    ERROR: Module sanergymdc does not exist in /proc/modules
    Installing sanergymdc.ko
    major = 251
    ERROR: Module sanergyfs does not exist in /proc/modules
    Installing sanergyfs.ko
    major = 250
    prd:/opt/SANergy # ./SANergyconfig
    Command> fuse
    OK
    Command>

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    Am i doing something wrong ?
     
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