[Bugs] [Bug 1631248] If a node disconnects during volume delete, it assumes deleted volume as a freshly created volume when it is back online

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Mon Oct 15 12:15:42 UTC 2018


Srijita Mukherjee <srmukher at redhat.com> changed:

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--- Doc Text *updated* ---
When volume delete CLI operation is in progress, if one of the peers in the cluster gets disconnected, a sequence of events occasionally leads to a state where the deleted volume is created back when the peer is connected. This volume appears in the existing cluster as a stale volume.

With this fix, handshaking a volume is ignored. Thus no stale volumes will be seen.

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