Re: issues with NVMe drives from RPM installation
Farrell, Patrick Arthur
There's nothing obviously wrong - to me, anyway - with your config, and no useful errors in the output. You can check the logs in /tmp/daos*.log (There will be multiple files), they should contain more information. You could also turn on debug before you start the server to possibly get more info - described in the manual https://daos-stack.github.io/admin/troubleshooting/
Also, if you have not, you can check your drives are visible to DAOS and can be prepared as expected with the daos_server storage commands, scan and prepare, detailed here:
That details how to run them for SCM, look at the command help for how to run them for NVMe devices. (You'll want to select NVMe only or it may ask you to reboot to set up your SCM goals, which you've obviously already done.)
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Subject: [daos] issues with NVMe drives from RPM installation
Hi all -
# Storage definitions
# When scm_class is set to ram, tmpfs will be used to emulate SCM.
# The size of ram is specified by scm_size in GB units.
scm_mount: /mnt/daos0 # map to -s /mnt/daos
[root@elfs13o01 ~]# daos_server -o daos_local.yml start