Re: Issues with using an EBS volume
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I believe you are hitting this bug:
And I verified that 0.93.3 does not have the fix, and 0.94 or the dev
version should be fine.
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On Sun, Jul 28, 2013 at 3:58 AM, Jacob Barhak <jacob.barhak_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Perhaps someone in the group can help out with using an EBS volume.
> I created an EBS volume and want to launch a cluster that uses it. I am
> doing this in an attempt to solve the disk limitation problem I encountered
> and is reported in this list at:
> However, I encounter the following error during starting the cluster.
>>>> Setting up the cluster...
>>>> Attaching volume vol-f0ae61cb to master node on /dev/sdz ...
>>>> Configuring hostnames...
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> !!! ERROR - volume has more than one partition, please specify which
> partition t
> o use (e.g. partition=0, partition=1, etc.) in the volume's config
> The full transcript is attached.
> I have the following lines in my configuration file:
> VOLUMES = mydata
> [volume mydata]
> VOLUME_ID = vol-f0ae61cb
> MOUNT_PATH = /mydata
> I tried adding PARTITION = 0, and PARTITION = 1 to the volume definition in
> the configuration file, yet nothing seems to fix this.
> I also tried using "starcluster createvolume" to create the volume yet I
> encountered the same issue as above in whatever method I created the 20gb
> I am using ami-a4d64194 for my node images. My configuration and plugin are
> derived from the files in https://github.com/ContinuumIO/anaconda-ec2
> I am operating in us-west-2. I am using starcluster 0.93.3 with windows 7
> If anyone has a quick solution or diagnosis test, I will appreciate the
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Received on Sun Jul 28 2013 - 23:04:14 EDT