[Gluster-users] Fwd: AFR questions
stas.oskin at gmail.com
Sun Dec 7 11:27:09 UTC 2008
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From: Stas Oskin <stas.oskin at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [Gluster-users] AFR questions
To: Kirby Zhou kirbyzhou at sohu-rd.com
> volume ns-afr0
> type cluster/afr
> subvolumes remote-ns1 remote-ns2 remote-ns3 remote-ns4
> Anything written to ns-afr0 will be AFRed to all the 4 subvolumnes.
> So how many copies you want to get, how many subvolumnes you should set.
Thanks for the example.
By this approach you mean that basically the only way to define 2-way
replication for example, is to put 2 bricks inside a volume?
What if I have say 10 bricks and still need only 2 copies? I will need to
define such sub-volumes for each pair?
This sounds a bit strange, because then you basically limited to 2 servers
instead of to the whole server pool.
Is it possible just to add all available bricks to list, then specify how
many copies to store?
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