The issue is resolved. I had numerous issues:
1) copy the gfs directory from 2.6.18-8.el5/extras to 2.6.18-8.1.1.el5/extras (it installs to the wrong directory)
2) depmod -a
3) modprobe gfs
4) chkconfig gfs on
5) service gfs start
I discovered that the kmod-gfs package was missing when I did a "yum groupinstall 'Cluster Storage'" and then couldn't find the gfs kernel module. A "find" located it in the wrong /lib/modules area.
This system was originally created by doing an Upgrade install via the DVD from CentOS 4.4 (without cluster storage). It's possible that some of these issues would go away if it was an original install or if Cluster Storage was installed on CentOS 4.4 first.
Who do I report the configuration problem to?
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