[Gluster-devel] Unify behaviour if one of the servers disconnected
Amar S. Tumballi
amar at zresearch.com
Wed Jun 18 04:41:09 UTC 2008
The fix for this issue is in the source repo now. You can try out beating
it hard again. Let me know about the problems if you have any.
On Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 6:49 AM, Amar S. Tumballi <amar at zresearch.com>
> I just noticed this behavior, which ideally should not be the case, you
> will have a fix to it tomorrow.
> On Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 6:21 AM, Amar S. Tumballi <amar at zresearch.com>
>> Currently if the server which got disconnected is having Namespace export
>> too.. then the lookups return ENOENT (file not found). Otherwise what you
>> described (whole filesystem will be online without few files).
>> On Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 4:57 AM, NovA <av.nova at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello, everybody!
>>> I'm continuing to stress-test glusterFS 1.3.8+ series. Just upgraded
>>> to tla781. It seems stable in my setup by now, no lockups yet. ;)
>>> But I still can't reveal the desired feature concerning the subj. So I
>>> have a concrete question. :) What is the supposed behaviour of the
>>> unify translator (without AFR), when one of the servers disconnected?
>>> I assumed, that in this case the glusterFS volume should remain online
>>> with some files being inaccessible (which are on the disconnected
>>> server). But now, if I plug the network cable out of a cluster node,
>>> then "ls <unify_volume>" says that it cannot open directory,
>>> "Transport endpoint is not connected". Am I just believe what I
>>> desire? Is it supposed that the unify volume goes back online only
>>> after the disconnected server return?
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>> Amar Tumballi
>> Gluster/GlusterFS Hacker
>> [bulde on #gluster/irc.gnu.org]
>> http://www.zresearch.com - Commoditizing Super Storage!
> Amar Tumballi
> Gluster/GlusterFS Hacker
> [bulde on #gluster/irc.gnu.org]
> http://www.zresearch.com - Commoditizing Super Storage!
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