[Gluster-users] tcp.so

Kun Richárd kun.richard at kirzen.hu
Tue Dec 30 09:27:27 UTC 2008



I tried this, so:


# dpkg -l | grep fuse

ii  libfuse-dev                       2.5.3-4.4
Filesystem in USErspace (development files)

ii  libfuse-perl                      0.07-2+b2
Write filesystems in Perl using FUSE

ii  libfuse2                          2.5.3-4.4
Filesystem in USErspace library


# lsmod | grep fuse

fuse                   39828  0


And the result is the same. Other ideas or debugging facilities?

 kun.richard at kirzen.hu 


From: basavanagowda at gmail.com [mailto:basavanagowda at gmail.com] On Behalf Of
Basavanagowda Kanur
Sent: Monday, December 29, 2008 5:45 PM
To: Kun Richárd
Cc: Cory Meyer; gluster-users at gluster.org
Subject: Re: [Gluster-users] tcp.so


  Please install libfuse and fuse kernel module (from FUSE project


2008/12/29 Kun Richárd <kun.richard at kirzen.hu>


> I've noticed this too when using some of the prebuilt configurations.  
> Try specifying the transport-type as tcp/client or tcp/server rather than
> just tcp.

> Example: 
> volume brick01
>  type protocol/client
>  option transport-type tcp/client
>  option remote-host
>  option remote-subvolume brick01
> end-volume
> volume server
>  type protocol/server
>  option transport-type tcp/server
>  option auth.ip.brick01.allow 172.22.*
>  subvolumes brick01
>  end-volume

yes, it was helpful, the server is ok, but on the client I get this message:

2008-12-29 15:48:05 E [xlator.c:120:xlator_set_type] xlator:
/usr/local/lib/glusterfs/1.3.12a/xlator/mount/fuse.so: cannot open shared

object file: No such file or directory

I reviewed my config, a found the "--enable-fuse-client" option to the
configuration script, but I get this message:
checking for fuse_req_interrupt_func in -lfuse... no
FUSE requested but not found.

I googled around, but I haven't found any usable.
Any idea or suggestion?

Please reply me too, I'm not in list.


 kun.richard at kirzen.hu

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