[Gluster-users] Does gluster passes LAN boundaries?

Dem ghouse at dem360.com
Thu Dec 30 04:01:08 UTC 2010

Amar Tumballi <amar at ...> writes:

> >
> >
> > Could you point to me were this log is located?? On the servers I have a
> > /var/log/glusterfs folder but in the client I cannot see where the logs are
> > located..
> >
> >
> Do 'which glusterfs' and get the prefix. The logs will be located by default
> @ '$prefix/var/log/glusterfs/*'
> Regards,
> Amar
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Have you figured this issue out yet? I am experiencing the same issue with my 
4 node cluster. I have 4 PowerEdge 2650's running hardware RAID 0 with CentOS 
5.5 installed, Linux Kernel 2.6.18-194.26.1.el5xen, Gluster 3.1.1 , and where 
all four servers ( contain a brick volume for the Gluster. I 
also have one of the four servers configured as a client (.201) in addition to 
serving one of the brick volumes. When I issue a df -h command it hangs until 
I kill the PID or reboot. Nothing ever displays as output, nothing in log 
files so far, and I can’t write to the mount point folder. By the way, I can 
successfully issue the mount command with success, it until after that which 
the problem starts to occur.


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