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I have a redhat cluster with a few different services. however, one of these mounts the filesystem, starts the services and then shortly after unmount the filesystem again. Nothing has changed on the config except the filesystem was corrupted and i fsck'd it to fix the problems. Is there any way to turn debug on or any recommendations?
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Is your service (app) starting? Is it staying active? Is it exiting?  

I would monitor the messages file while the service is starting.
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