Of course, I'd be more than interested if anybody could make it work on Ubuntu. One was the:-Cannot open master raw device '/dev/rawctl' (No such file or directory).A bit of Googling and I find that 'rawctl' is a character device withmajor number 162 and minor number Notify me of new posts by email. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ. his comment is here
The fix for this is to first enter the command (as root): "modprobe raw". The time now is 06:59 PM. Select Articles, Forum, or Blog. Search this Thread 07-21-2014, 11:12 AM #1 usao Member Registered: Dec 2011 Location: Chandler, AZ Posts: 204 Rep: CentOS 6.5 - RAW device configuration Can someone point me to
the "rm" commands for the symlinks in /etc/rc[2,3,5].d worked great, but the update-rc.d didn't create anything to replace them. Just did modinfo on those. Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes #1 25th July 2004, 05:43 AM v8625 Offline Registered User Join Date: Jul 2004 Posts: 3 Cannot open master raw device
If you need to reset your password, click here. That makes me think there's no documentation out there on such a thing in Linux, and hence that it doesn't exist. Quote: Cannot open master raw device '/dev/raw/rawctl' (No such file or directory) The document says it should be bound to numbered raw device. User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License.
You'll have to recompile the source code and I doubt I'll be able to do it myself.So you may think, why not use Raw Devices? Code: $ find /dev/vg-db01 /dev/vg-db02 |xargs ls -lL brw-rw---- 1 root disk 252, 0 2011-01-30 15:50 /dev/vg-db01/lvol-db001 brw-rw---- 1 root disk 252, 1 2011-01-30 15:55 /dev/vg-db01/lvol-db002 brw-rw---- 1 root disk 252, One solution is to use the _llseek() call (see man llseek).Unix utilities such as recent versions of dd and lmdd (from the lmbench suite of programs) https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1678583 Blogs Recent Entries Best Entries Best Blogs Blog List Search Blogs Home Forums HCL Reviews Tutorials Articles Register Search Search Forums Advanced Search Search Tags Search LQ Wiki Search Tutorials/Articles Search
Reply With Quote 23-Apr-2009,10:31 #4 Akoellh View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Shaman Penguin Join Date Mar 2009 Posts 2,638 Re: Cannot open master raw device '/dev/rawctl' Googling on 'linux lvm "character device file"' produces a bunch of hits for HP-UX; the first page has nothing relevant to Linux. I was then able to run this command: Code: # raw /dev/raw/raw01.db001 /dev/vg-db01/lvol-db001 I need to experiment a bit with naming conventions so that the fact that the corresponding block device Raw devices A raw device can be bound to an existing block device (e.g.
usao View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by usao 07-21-2014, 03:03 PM #2 T3RM1NVT0R Senior Member Registered: Dec 2010 Location: An evil query for experts: Last year I posted a question on how to get started with the Logical Volume Manager. I run it with between 512-788Mb which is sufficent to support my linux and my ASM instance. Re: Enable raw device support i dont know much about this kind of thing, but i suppose you should ask why it has been disabled?
I love scripting these kinds of things! this content It's not quite that easy because you have to put some rawdevice startups in /etc/event.d and (in the rudimentary configuration I am running) you have to run some things from rc.local I have never seen lv name in CAPS so not sure if that could be the issue. Who cares?
Do you want to help us debug the posting issues ? < is the place to report it, thanks ! The first minor number (i.e. 0) is reserved as a control interface and is usually found at /dev/rawctl. wrote:QUOTE I thought I'd sort out some of the boot-up errors on my MDK10.1 that havebeen there since installation. weblink Here is my contribution and extension of your great work: It would seem that I have developed a way to get a clean and "normal" start of the Cluster Synchronization Service
This setup is working perfectly for me as is. ][ Note2: You'll notice this command comes right out of Gregory's procedure here for starting ASM from Gregory's "Question #3" (see original Even if you are not using ASM this process will be run out of the inittab. I created all 7 of them /etc/rc.d/rc.[0-6] and ran localconfig and it created local OCR and installed init.cssd.
I now want to experiment with raw devices, like /dev/raw/rawx etc I cannot get the raw command to work. is that what you're after? Use of trademarks without permission is strictly prohibited. I have seen comments that the driver has been disabled in 2.6 kernel.
My method (which I think is a reverse-engineer of my former Red-Hat setup) is at least comprehensible to me, if potentially error-prone. RedHat/Suse runlevels). Thanks much for help here. http://ibuildsystem.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-open-display-0-1.php I'll be creating more as I go along but I have one problem: The logical volumes I created with lvcreate are all Block devices.
On the other hand, why would one want to make your test and development environments to look different?IMHO, it's only usable for some personal tests and research. column 1IT BUSINESS SOLUTIONSData EnablementSoftware VelocityReliable, Scalable ITTECHNOLOGY PRACTICESAdvanced AnalyticsBig DataCloudDatabasesDevOpsInfrastructure ManagementPROFESSIONAL SERVICESIT Strategy + Consulting ServicesImplementation ServicesManaged Servicescolumn 2TECHNOLOGIESAmazon Web ServicesCassandraMicrosoft AzureGoogle Cloud PlatformHadoopMySQLOracleOracle EBSMicrosoft SQL ServerCLIENTSRESOURCESResourcesWhite PaperseBooksWebinarsData SheetsArticlesPresentationsVideoscolumn 3ABOUTAboutLeadership But I am doing this as a training exercise and I need to know it. The strange thing is that all the files are there: [[email protected] raw]# which raw /usr/bin/raw [[email protected] raw]# ls -l /dev/raw total 1024 crw-rw-rw- 1 root disk 162, 1 Jun 24 13:58
I have never seen lv name in CAPS so not sure if that could be the issue. You can just map the ASM disks to your disk/partition or loop devices.So the only thing you need to do to start is change the ownership of the device so that Are you new to LinuxQuestions.org? Expecting the CRS daemons to be up within 600 seconds.Once you get the message about the 600 seconds, hit CRTL+C to stop the script, and then run the command below to
In the meantime, I'll go with the flow. |:-[ (That emoticon is supposed to be a grumble.) -- Rasputin Paskudniak II (In pursuit of undomesticated, semi-aquatic avians) Adv Reply February I have found the correct command, yet my success is snatched away from me by this obscure error. I installed my Ubuntu according to the other Pythian article "Installing Oracle 11g on Ubuntu Linux 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon) November 6th, 2007 - by Augusto Bott" so I'm guessing if you In order to copy the ASM disks, I've used the dd command, but it should not make any […] Reply Gilbert Standen July 19, 2008 8:10 pmOk sportsfans, I think we
Then you do the install (you have to manually install some packages - which involves converting them from RPM to .deb packages with alien) and once you have all the packages I haven't found a good fix for this yet. See: http://users.linpro.no/ingvar/rpm.html This successful RAC 11g install on Ubuntu could not have been accomplished without the help of this webpage, and I emailed Ingvar and he helped step me through some