bdachecksw Raises "ERROR: Wrong mounted partitions" When Using "bind mounts" Instead of symlinks

(Doc ID 2347541.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 18, 2018

Applies to:

Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 4.6.0 and later
Linux x86-64

Symptoms

On one cluster node bdachecksw raises errors like below:

ERROR: Wrong mounted partitions : /dev/md2 / ext4 /dev/md0 /boot ext4 /dev/sd4 /u01 ext4 /dev/sd4 /u02 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u03 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u04 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u05 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u06 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u07 ext4 /u07/storage /opt/app1/storage none /dev/sd1 /u08 ext4 /u08/storage /opt/app2/storage none /dev/sd1 /u09 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u10 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u11 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u12 ext4
INFO: Expected mounted partitions : 12 data partitions, /boot and /

Expected bdachecksw output is like:

SUCCESS: Correct mounted partitions : /dev/md2 / ext4 /dev/md0 /boot ext4 /dev/sd4 /u01 ext4 /dev/sd4 /u02 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u03 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u04 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u05 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u06 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u07 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u08 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u09 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u10 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u11 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u12 ext4

Additionally "mount -l" looks good but also shows:

/u07/storage on /opt/app1/storage type none (rw,bind)
/u08/storage on /opt/app2/storage type none (rw,bind)

For example output is like:

 

Cause

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