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Entry  Fri Aug 14 14:19:25 2009, Koji, Summary, Computers, nodus rebooted 
    Reply  Fri Aug 14 14:33:51 2009, Jenne, Summary, Computers, nodus rebooted 
       Reply  Fri Aug 14 15:20:42 2009, josephb, Summary, Computers, Linux1 now has 1.5 TB raid drive 
          Reply  Fri Aug 14 15:32:50 2009, Yoichi, HowTo, Computers, nodus boot procedure 
             Reply  Sat Aug 15 10:36:02 2009, Alan, HowTo, Computers, nodus boot procedure 
Message ID: 1904     Entry time: Fri Aug 14 15:20:42 2009     In reply to: 1903     Reply to this: 1906
Author: josephb 
Type: Summary 
Category: Computers 
Subject: Linux1 now has 1.5 TB raid drive 

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nodus was rebooted by Alex at Fri Aug 14 13:53. I launched elogd.

cd /export/elog/elog-2.7.5/
./elogd -p 8080 -c /export/elog/elog-2.7.5/elogd.cfg -D

 It looks like Alex also rebooted all of the control room computers.  Or something.  The alarm handler and strip tool aren't running.....after I fix susvme2 (which was down when I got in earlier today), I'll figure out how to restart those.

 Alex switched the mount point for /cvs/cds on Linux1 to the 1.5 TB RAID array after he finished copying the data from old drives.  This required a reboot of linux1, with all the resulting /cvs/cds mount points on the other computers becoming stale.  Easiest way to fix that he found was to do a reboot of all the control room machines.  In addition, a reboot fest should probably happen in the near futuer for all the front end machines since they will also have stale mount points as well from linux1.

The 1.5 TB RAID array mount is now mounted on /home of linux1, which was the old mount point of the ~300 GB drive.  The old drive is now at /oldhome on linux1.

 

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