[Gluster-users] Gluster on a Mail Server

Andrew Burkett burkett.andrew at gmail.com
Thu Apr 23 16:42:21 UTC 2009

I have gluster mount two volumes on start up of a mail server.  However
every so often gluster claims the ports 993 and 995 which are the default
ports for POP3S and IMAPS.  I can sort of work around it by starting dovecot
(my POP3S and IMAPS server) before gluster, so that it reserves the ports
before gluster can, but then dovecot doesn't start up properly. (I think its
because it starts up too early in the boot process.)   Is there anyway to
blacklist ports that gluster claims locally, since it really shouldn't
attach itself to commonly used ports?

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