[Gluster-users] How to clean/reset glusterfs config?

Michael Robbert mrobbert at mines.edu
Fri Oct 29 20:33:16 UTC 2010

I believe that everything Gluster knows about is stored in /etc/glusterd by default. I have just been removing this directory after shutting down services whenever I want to test something from scratch.

Mike Robbert

On Oct 29, 2010, at 11:53 AM, Joe Whitney wrote:

> Hello,
> I'm trying to set up an experimental gluster storage cluster using virtual
> machines (VMs) on Xen.  I want to be able to instruct the VMs to "forget"
> any previous gluster configuration (i.e. the server to forget about all
> previously configured peers, the peers to forget what storage volumes they
> are providing, etc).  The use case is that the VMs will can be attached to
> different data stores (bricks?) at different times due to their allocation
> on particular physical machines.  Is there a quick and simple way to get
> gluster to reset its configuration back to nothing?  I am very new to
> gluster so I apologize for any confusion of terminology here, I hope it is
> clear what I am asking.
> Thanks in advance,
> Joe Whitney
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