If one have a different /usr partition something like
/ - /dev/sda1
/usr - /dev/sda2
the current mkinitrd.ssi will generate a /linuxrc which wont mount /usr
but which will go and execte commands in /usr like the last two commands
/usr/sbin/chroot /sbin/cluster-config. I know it is alredy mentioned
that a little bit of hand tuning for mkinitrd.ssi is needed to make the
system work on a different configuration but still i thought i will
mention it here.
Again is it possible to get two member cluster without shared root. Can
two nodes with local disk form a cluster. Can both be master node or
does that configuration require only one node to be master.
I tried to boot the above configuration ( In alpha ) But my second node
hang after saying starting init. No Ooops nothing just hanging. Then to
verify whether it is waiting for something i shutdown the the node 1
which was already up. Then i got a kernel Panic. I guess this may be
given by some other thread. Any how Is there any way i can do some
basic testing of SSI without shared root.