[Gluster-devel] latest TLA has demon showing up as [glusterfs]
mic at digitaltadpole.com
Fri Feb 29 11:28:00 UTC 2008
Ah I see! I have an additional comment/question though.
I've noticed that when I unmount a gluster volume on a client the
[glusterfs] process is still running. Perhaps it thinks my cleint spec
is a server.
I have no instance of "type protocol/server" in the client spec. What
does it use to determine weather it's a client or a server?
Anand Avati wrote:
> in the latest codebase, there are no more server and client programs.
> there is just one glusterfs (and glusterfsd is a symlink to
> glusterfs). it behaves either as a client or server according to the
> volume spec file given.
> if the glusterfs program is passed a mountpoint it attaches a fuse
> translator in a hardcoded way, so this preserves backward
> compatibility. The new model also allows both protocol/server and
> mount/fuse (mountability) in the same spec file which can be a
> performance improvement in NUFA mode of operations.
> 2008/2/29, Mickey Mazarick <mic at digitaltadpole.com
> <mailto:mic at digitaltadpole.com>>:
> This is very minor but it did break a kill script I wrote.
> When I run the latest build, the server daemon shows up as:
> in the process list.
> Just an FYI :-)
> -Mickey Mazarick
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