[Gluster-devel] Problem with little write/read files in Gluster 3.0.0

Samuel Hassine samuel.hassine at gmail.com
Thu Jan 28 15:28:26 UTC 2010


I downloaded and installed GlusterFS 3.0.2rc1, I have the same problem. 

Furthermore, I discovered that not only PHP sessions do not work, but I
also test to move my /etc/apache2 in the GlusterFS. In 2.0.9 it worked
very well and now, Apache2 coult not read all modules links very quickly
and does not start. 

But if I put only the apache2.conf file on the Gluster and other files
on the HD, it works fine, because Gluster is available, I can read and
write correctly, but not quickly. And many applications need a fast
access to their files.

Same thing with eZpublish, that runs very well on Gluster 2.0.9 (because
ez writes many files and read them), but in GlusterFS 3.0.*, it seems to
be complicated.

Any idea ?


Le jeudi 28 janvier 2010 à 13:50 +0000, Gordan Bobic a écrit :
> Anand Avati wrote:
> > On Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 4:44 PM, Gordan Bobic <gordan at bobich.net> wrote:
> > 
> >>> Thanks for your anthtswer Gordan. Do you have more information about
> >>> 3.0.2 ?
> >> None, other than that Avati said a couple of days ago that it will be
> >> available "very quickly".
> >>
> >>> Do you think the 3.0.1 could be a temporary solution or I have to wait ?
> >> I don't think I could in good conscience recommend using a release labeled
> >> by the developers as DOA, even if it seems better than a previous non-DOA
> >> release.
> > 
> > 3.0.2rc1 is out and has been working fine in our tests thus far.
> > Please feel free to give it a try. It is very likely to become 3.0.2.
> Thanks. Downloading as I'm typing this. :)
> Gordan
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