[Gluster-users] Does gluster passes LAN boundaries?

Horacio Sanson hsanson at gmail.com
Wed Dec 1 06:38:50 UTC 2010

On Wednesday 01 December 2010 15:15:49 Horacio Sanson wrote:
> I have four gluster nodes with several volumes configured that work
> perfectly with all my clients (64bit and 32bit) on the LAN but I have a
> client in a different IP subnetwork that has trouble accessing the
> volumes.
> I can mount the gluster volumes but issuing ls or df commands on the mount
> point hangs forever.
> This is my configuration:
>   4 Gluster Server Nodes:
>        IP range: to
>        OS:  Ubuntu 10.10 64bit
>         Kernel: 2.6.35-22-server
>         GlusterFS: 3.1.1-stable installed from deb package
>    One client that works without problems
>        IP:
>        OS: Ubuntu 10.10  32bit
>         Kernel:  2.6.35-22-generic
>         Gluster: 3.1.1-stable installed from source
>    One client that does not work!!
>       IP:
>       OS: Unbuntu 8.10 32 bit
>       Kernel:  2.6.24-28-generic
>       Gluster: 3.1.1-stable installed from source
>       Problem: Can mount volumes but ls and df hang forever on the mount
>                          points.
> The differences between the client that works and the one that does not
> work are that they are in different networks and the kernel version. I can
> access via ssh/ping/etc to the problem client so it is not a networking
> problem.

Forgot to mention that I can mount the volumes using nfs without problems from 
the problematic client.

Horacio Sanson

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