[Gluster-devel] Re: AFR/Replicate read-subvolume option not working right

Gordan Bobic gordan at bobich.net
Sun Jan 31 18:42:39 UTC 2010

I seem to remember something like this being broken was mentioned on the 
list a while back. I wouldn't even bother asking about issues like this 
before trying the latest stable version (2.0.9).


Alex Attarian wrote:
> Is anyone willing to look at this and maybe provide some answers? Is 
> there a magic word I need to use to get someone to answer? It always 
> looks like certain people get attention from the devs right away, but 
> some of us just get left off hanging with no answers.
> Alex
> On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 2:55 PM, Alex Attarian <u2sashko at gmail.com 
> <mailto:u2sashko at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Hi guys,
>     I have 3 server AFR setup, two servers are in a local net and one
>     server is remote in another location using Gluster 2.0.6. I have
>     also 5 local clients that are connected to all 3 servers. Reads are
>     mostly slow because of the connection to the 3rd server, however I
>     thought enabling read-subvolume and saying to read from one of the
>     local nodes would solve that. However, I still see reads going to
>     the 3rd node, although I specified read-subvolume local-node2.
>     When I disable the 3rd server on all clients inside AFR, reads
>     become very fast, which makes me assume that it's the reads to the
>     remote server that is making everything slow.
>     Is it not working or broken in 2.0.6?
>     Thanks,
>     Alex
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