[Gluster-users] Invisible data with glusterfs on FreeBSD 7.0
Amar S. Tumballi
amar at zresearch.com
Mon Jul 14 16:28:55 UTC 2008
The readdir issue over BSD is solved now with version
Thanks to Christ, and Paul Arch, who provided a remote access to me for
2008/7/9 Amar S. Tumballi <amar at zresearch.com>:
> Hi all,
> Sorry for delay in replying to this post. Over FreeBSD, we haven't got the
> client (fuse) part working yet (never tested rather). We are busy with
> development/testing of 1.4.0 branch code.
> I would like to test/fix this issue over BSD, but sadly I don't have
> access to a BSD machine as of now. So, any help regarding giving remote
> access to BSD machine for a week (I hope to get it working sooner than that,
> but this is maximum duration), would help us to get the things working
> smoothly over BSD (other than the part that, I may not be fixing critical
> bugs inside BSD fuse itself). If anyone is interested to get the BSD part
> working and is willing to give me atleast remote login to one BSD machine,
> that would be of great help.
> We want to have 1.4.0 release to work seemlessly on GNU/Linux, BSD,
> Solaris, MacOSX, (considering smoothly working over cross flatform too).
> 2008/7/4 christop <christop at physik.tu-berlin.de>:
>> i am testing here glusterfs on fresh FreeBSD 7.0 amd64 and having a
>> problem. I can read/write directory and files on my volume, but i can
>> not see them with a "ls -lah".
>> I am using default fuse install from ports with a
>> fusefs-kmod-0.3.9.p1.20080208_1 and fusefs-libs-2.7.2_1 installed. I
>> compiled gluster-1.3.9 along this guide
>> http://jordan.spicylogic.com/blog/?cat=19 , but using ufs not zfs.
>> Any ideas how to fix this?
> Amar Tumballi
> Gluster/GlusterFS Hacker
> [bulde on #gluster/irc.gnu.org]
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