Re: fix for trouble mounting a volume
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Thanks for the pull request. I need to test this out to make sure that
some larger issue is not at play. I've responded to your PR on
github - let's continue the conversation there.
On 10/15/2012 02:04 PM, Brian Pratt wrote:
> I submitted a pull request for this, so maybe this note is
> redundant - but it's my first submit to StarCluster so I'm not sure
> of protocol.
> Anyway, when mounting a volume it seems the device sdz doesn't
> exist until mount asks to use it, which goofs up the logic that
> wants to count its partitions. It's a one line change - it's in
> the pull request: "fix a failure to mount volume to /dev/sdz with
> error "volume has more than one partition, please specify which
> partition to use (e.g. partition=0, partition=1, etc.) in the
> volume's config"
> Thanks for a great toolset!
> Brian Pratt _______________________________________________
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Received on Wed Oct 17 2012 - 13:18:44 EDT