[Gluster-users] howto disable gluster nfs on one computer

Craig Carl craig at gluster.com
Wed Dec 8 06:20:19 UTC 2010

Bill -
    As a temporary solution you can kill the process that is exporting 
the volume via NFS. The Gluster NFS process can be identified by 'ps -ef 
| grep nfs-server.vol'.
The process will restart when glusterd does, or when any changes to the 
volume are made.



Craig Carl
Senior Systems Engineer

On 12/07/2010 10:30 AM, William L. Sebok wrote:
> Many of the computers in our cluster are diskless and those computers need to
> have disk space exported to them.  The space for diskless booting is supplied
> by a server within the cluster that does have disks and that also supplies a
> couple of bricks to a glusterfs file system.  The space for diskless booting
> is *not* within a glusterfs file system.  The servers for other bricks in
> the cluster have no special nfs needs.  I need to be able to disable glusterfs
> nfs on the server for diskless booting and no other server so I can have use
> of the regular nfs server on that server.  How would I do that?  Is it even
> possible?
> Another solution, like moving the glusterfs nfs service to another port would
> also be acceptable.  However I would likely still need have to have the
> regular nfs service the one that portmap returns for that one server.
> Bill Sebok      Computer Software Manager, Univ. of Maryland, Astronomy
> 	Internet: wls at astro.umd.edu	URL: http://furo.astro.umd.edu/
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