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disksetup fails with no device mounted error

Question asked by vinay_pande on Oct 20, 2011
Latest reply on Dec 21, 2011 by stuti

I am getting error while performing disksetup<BR>
I am creating a cluster of 3 nodes with following specifications:<BR>
 1. CentOS 5.4 <BR>
 2. 1 GB RAM <BR>
 3. 10 GB drive - ext3 formatted <BR>
I followed the process as mentioned in []<BR><BR>
My initial command succeeded, but disksetup fails with error :<BR>
**# /opt/mapr/server/disksetup -F /tmp/disks.txt <BR>
Unable to reach mfs. Check for errors in mfs.log.** <BR>

Output from mfs.log : <BR>
2011-10-21 02:55:50,7423 INFO Global fs/server/mapserver/ clnt x.x.0.0:0 req 0 seq 0 <BR>

******* Starting mfs server ******* <BR>
*** mfs mapr-version: *** <BR>

Output from mfs.out: <BR>
FS : Using hostname ip-10-112-87-142.ec2.internal, port: 5660, hostid 0x12e3e2e5130f1825 (1361180985891166245), no device mounted <BR>
Starting fileserver on : <BR> <BR>
CLDB : Using ip : port : 7222 <BR>
cannot create cachefile /ramfs/mapr/cachefile, err 2 <BR>
/tmp/disks.out contains **/dev/sdm** which is a mountable healthy partition of 10 GB <BR>
I tried to manually start mapr-mfs service. But, it gave me error as :<BR>
**# service mapr-mfs start <BR>
awk: cmd. line:3: warning: escape sequence `\$' treated as plain `$' <BR>**

Any ideas what's wrong?