[Gluster-users] AFR simple setup and not working?

Pathiakis, Paul Paul.Pathiakis at ironmountain.com
Mon Mar 16 20:19:38 UTC 2009


Nothing.  I tried the move /a/foo to /a/tmp.  I then tar'd it back.
Nothing on the other side.  The two machines say that they have a
working handshake and they are connected.  Is there something better
than just --debug?  Should I truss the process?

Thank you,


OK, further information.  I mounted the empty directory /a/foo.  I then
started up glusterfsd -f simpleafr /mnt/foo --debug

At that point, I tar'd everything into the directory.  Things started
flying by in the logs as each file was loaded into /mnt/foo.  They
nicely appeared in /a/foo.  I'm assuming this is information is now
under gluster control, correct?

Now, how do I get the replication between servers to work?

Should I use the same command line to get the information on the other
side?  That is, mounting the /a/foo directory through FUSE onto

This seems to be where I should be going, but this is not as simple as
I, initially, thought.


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