[Gluster-users] glusterfs over multiple subnets

Anand Avati avati at zresearch.com
Fri Sep 19 04:21:01 UTC 2008

 All clients should see all servers. Clients need not see each other and
servers need not see each other. Again, this rule would change if you are
loading cluster translators on the server side.


2008/9/19, Paolo Supino <paolo.supino at gmail.com>:
> Hi
>   I'm about to give up on the idea of being able to have glusterfs run on
> multiple subnets ... Here is a small recap of my HPC cluster: I have a HPC
> cluster with 36 nodes and a toaster (well Netapp filer). I setup glusterfs
> to have a unify volume across all the nodes + toaster: the head node mounts
> the the toasters filesystems using iSCSI. All the nodes are on their own
> private subnet (except the head node that is also connected to the faculty
> subnet). Now I'm trying to add faculty systems to the glusterfs volume, but
> it seems not to work ... I think that the problem is that only the head node
> is capable of seeing all the system on either subnet. Systems on the private
> subnet can see the faculty subnet systems, but not vice versa ... Is it a
> requirement that all systems in glusterfs volume see each other?
> --
> Paolo
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