[Gluster-devel] is the wiki cluster afr example correct ?

matthew zeier mrz at mozilla.com
Fri Jan 11 09:03:22 UTC 2008

afr'd is what I meant and somewhere there should be docs on what the 
namespace is for and what happens when it's not there... suppose when I 
find time I could edit that wiki...

Sebastien COUPPEY wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 10, 2008 at 10:44:33AM -0800, matthew zeier wrote:
>> Matthias Saou wrote:
>>> Maybe a silly question, then, but what is the namespace useful for in
>>> that example, then?
>> Just for this part:
>> volume bricks
>>   type cluster/unify
>>   subvolumes afr1 afr2
>>   option scheduler rr
>>   option namespace brick-ns
>>   option rr.limits.min-free-disk 5%
>> end-volume
>> But you're right - brick-ns isn't redundant.
>> Perhaps that example should be cleaned up?  I know I was confused about it 
>> too.
> cleanup or have also brick-ns replicated. Because according to my
> tests, when I loose my NS ... I loose all the remote files.

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