[Gluster-users] Exposing parts of a volume to specific clients?
shehjart at gluster.com
Mon Nov 15 06:17:10 UTC 2010
Mike Hanby wrote:
> So, to accomplish this right now I would need to disable the builtin
> NFS server, enable the OS NFS server, mount the Gluster file system
> and export as normal via /etc/exports?
> Just brainstorming here,
You can still export directories individually but the support is minimal
as far as restricting the exports to different clients.
More info at:
> -----Original Message----- From: Shehjar Tikoo
> [mailto:shehjart at gluster.com] Sent: Thursday, November 11, 2010 10:47
> PM To: Mike Hanby Cc: gluster-users at gluster.org Subject: Re:
> [Gluster-users] Exposing parts of a volume to specific clients?
> Mike Hanby wrote:
>> We have 18TB at our disposal to share via GlusterFS 3.1. My initial
>> thought was to create a single volume, comprised of 18 x 1TB
>> bricks. The volume will be used for user storage as well as storage
>> for applications.
>> Is there any way to create different exports for the various
>> clients via NFS and Gluster client?
>> For example, the server used by our user base should be able to
>> mount the users directory on the gfs volume (nas-01:/gfs/users),
>> where as the yum repository server should only be able to mount
>> Essentially, I only want to expose what's necessary for each client
>> machine to perform its roll.
>> If this isn't possible directly within GlusterFS, I'm open to
>> suggestions to rethink my strategy.
> Not possible yet. Its on the ToDo list. Thanks
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