[Gluster-devel] "Official" word on gluster replace brick for 3.6?
joe at julianfamily.org
Thu Oct 30 16:29:22 UTC 2014
Which means, of course, no redundancy until that self heal is completed.
Furthermore, "replace-brick start" stopped working at all some versions ago so the removal of start and stop may as well just happen.
On October 30, 2014 12:41:17 AM PDT, Kaushal M <kshlmster at gmail.com> wrote:
>'replace-brick commit force' is still going to be available. It's just
>that data-migration for replace-brick is going to be removed. So
>'replace-brick (start|stop)' are going to be deprecated.
>To replace a brick in a replica set, you'll need to do a
>'replace-brick commit force'. Self-healing will take care of filling
>the new brick with data.
>On Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 12:56 PM, B.K.Raghuram <bkrram at gmail.com>
>> I just wanted to check if gluster replace brick commit force is
>> deprecated in 3.6? Is there any other way to do a planned replace of
>> one of the bricks in a replica pair? Add/remove brick requires that
>> bricks be added in replica count multiples which may not be always
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