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authorMike Marshall <hubcap@omnibond.com>2020-04-08 13:01:03 -0400
committerMike Marshall <hubcap@omnibond.com>2020-04-08 13:01:03 -0400
commitaa317d3351dee7cb0b27db808af0cd2340dcbaef (patch)
tree2e1ecce15b3dd863241f8a0f557163b77816540a
parent0e393a9a8f2a450862964451715d68e9a96a9c34 (diff)
downloadlinux-stericsson-aa317d3351dee7cb0b27db808af0cd2340dcbaef.tar.gz
orangefs: clarify build steps for test server in orangefs.txt
Signed-off-by: Mike Marshall <hubcap@omnibond.com>
-rw-r--r--Documentation/filesystems/orangefs.txt34
1 files changed, 19 insertions, 15 deletions
diff --git a/Documentation/filesystems/orangefs.txt b/Documentation/filesystems/orangefs.txt
index f4ba94950e3f..5a3865702a71 100644
--- a/Documentation/filesystems/orangefs.txt
+++ b/Documentation/filesystems/orangefs.txt
@@ -38,16 +38,6 @@ DOCUMENTATION
http://www.orangefs.org/documentation/
-
-USERSPACE FILESYSTEM SOURCE
-===========================
-
-http://www.orangefs.org/download
-
-Orangefs versions prior to 2.9.3 would not be compatible with the
-upstream version of the kernel client.
-
-
RUNNING ORANGEFS ON A SINGLE SERVER
===================================
@@ -91,6 +81,14 @@ Mount the filesystem.
mount -t pvfs2 tcp://localhost:3334/orangefs /pvfsmnt
+USERSPACE FILESYSTEM SOURCE
+===========================
+
+http://www.orangefs.org/download
+
+Orangefs versions prior to 2.9.3 would not be compatible with the
+upstream version of the kernel client.
+
BUILDING ORANGEFS ON A SINGLE SERVER
====================================
@@ -102,18 +100,24 @@ You can omit --prefix if you don't care that things are sprinkled around
in /usr/local. As of version 2.9.6, OrangeFS uses Berkeley DB by
default, we will probably be changing the default to LMDB soon.
-./configure --prefix=/opt/ofs --with-db-backend=lmdb
+./configure --prefix=/opt/ofs --with-db-backend=lmdb --disable-usrint
make
make install
-Create an orangefs config file.
+Create an orangefs config file by running pvfs2-genconfig and
+specifying a target config file. Pvfs2-genconfig will prompt you
+through. Generally it works fine to take the defaults, but you
+should use your server's hostname, rather than "localhost" when
+it comes to that question.
/opt/ofs/bin/pvfs2-genconfig /etc/pvfs2.conf
Create an /etc/pvfs2tab file.
+Localhost is fine for your pvfs2tab file:
+
echo tcp://localhost:3334/orangefs /pvfsmnt pvfs2 defaults,noauto 0 0 > \
/etc/pvfs2tab
@@ -127,7 +131,7 @@ Bootstrap the server.
Start the server.
-/opt/osf/sbin/pvfs2-server /etc/pvfs2.conf
+/opt/ofs/sbin/pvfs2-server /etc/pvfs2.conf
Now the server should be running. Pvfs2-ls is a simple
test to verify that the server is running.
@@ -137,11 +141,11 @@ test to verify that the server is running.
If stuff seems to be working, load the kernel module and
turn on the client core.
-/opt/ofs/sbin/pvfs2-client -p /opt/osf/sbin/pvfs2-client-core
+/opt/ofs/sbin/pvfs2-client -p /opt/ofs/sbin/pvfs2-client-core
Mount your filesystem.
-mount -t pvfs2 tcp://localhost:3334/orangefs /pvfsmnt
+mount -t pvfs2 tcp://`hostname`:3334/orangefs /pvfsmnt
RUNNING XFSTESTS