[Gluster-users] glusterfs started crashing
supremeoverlordofcreation at gmail.com
Mon Sep 15 10:13:57 UTC 2008
This is a client and server on the same machine so they're guaranteed to be
using the same executables. It's a problem localized specifically to the
files of my home directory - I can access other home directories without a
problem. I'm going to put the trace translater in and see what that gives
From: anand.avati at gmail.com [mailto:anand.avati at gmail.com] On Behalf Of
Sent: Monday, September 15, 2008 8:00 PM
To: Will Rouesnel
Cc: Marcus Herou; gluster-users at gluster.org
Subject: Re: [Gluster-users] glusterfs started crashing
Please double check all the client and server versions match.
2008/9/15 Will Rouesnel <supremeoverlordofcreation at gmail.com>
Ok I think I've narrowed it down to only being a problem with my home
directory on my server (/home is bound to the cluster which in turn is all
setup to come up at startup). I've just installed 1.3.12 and I *think* I'm
running gluster fuse (hopefully it was a kernel module, I haven't looked
into this too closely) and what seems to happen is that if I browse the
normal directories of my server (i.e. the publically accessible ones) but
when I try to access my home directory (either through /home or through the
gluster mount) then gluster freezes for what seems a really long time and
then eventually crashes.
It's not clear from the log files, but it looks like for some reason this is
a version of the issue where my namespace brick would refuse to pick up
certain files from my home directory, which I only fixed by manually copying
a bunch of them around with gluster unmounted. An example of this should be
in the log I posted earlier.
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