[Gluster-users] Gluster crashes when cascading AFR
Amar S. Tumballi
amar at zresearch.com
Mon Dec 15 16:33:53 UTC 2008
Actually, you need to cascade AFR volumes with Hash or Unify.
Hope this helps.
2008/12/15 Rainer Schwemmer <rainer.schwemmer at cern.ch>
> Hi Vikas,
> Thanks for the quick answer.
> Yeah, I figured it would be slow. That's why im trying to cascade it
> instead of having 2000 subvolumes directly attached to the top node :)
> Anyway, I'll have a go at the 1.4.0.rc2 version in the meantime and let
> you know if it also crashes.
> On Mon, 2008-12-15 at 21:24 +0530, Vikas Gorur wrote:
> > Rainer,
> > Thank you for your interest in GlusterFS.
> > I do not know of any user who's had an AFR configuration with 40-50
> > subvolumes, but there is no reason it shouldn't work. The write
> > performance will obviously be quite low, but in your case since you
> > will not be making heavy/daily use of it (the only writes will be when
> > you make a new release, if I understand correctly), that shouldn't be
> > an issue.
> > The version of GlusterFS you're using (1.3.12) is rather old now. We
> > have a new release 1.4.0 in the final stages of testing. We haven't
> > yet completely tested the AFR-over-AFR setup yet.
> > You could either wait a few days (less than a week) for us to make the
> > RC1 release with AFR-over-AFR tested or grab the TLA repository
> > version and give it a try.
> > Vikas
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