Updated cluster and gfs2-utils packages that fix several bugs are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
The cluster packages contain the core clustering libraries for Red Hat High Availability as well as utilities to maintain GFS2 file systems for users of Red Hat Resilient Storage.
The /proc/mounts file system is no longer updated with the wrong device.
A 'service cman stop remove' command no longer erroneously and permanently sets the 'remove' flag for a node for every subsequent stop/leave operation.
When two cluster nodes attempt to form a cluster with different configuration files, the one with the more recent version no longer gets killed.
The fsck.gfs2 utility no longer crashes if journals are missing.
All users of Red Hat High Availability and Red Hat Resilient Storage are advised to upgrade to these updated packages, which address these issues.