[Gluster-users] Does anyone see inaccessible files under NFS client for the distributed volumes?

Joe Landman landman at scalableinformatics.com
Thu Feb 24 00:08:47 UTC 2011

I just opened a bug on this, #2459.  I can reproduce it effectively at 
will now.  This is over a channel bond into a Nortel switch (not sure 
which model)

Basic volume:

gluster volume info fusion

Volume Name: fusion
Type: Distribute
Status: Started
Number of Bricks: 6
Transport-type: tcp
Brick1: dv4-1:/data/brick-md1/fusion
Brick2: dv4-2:/data/brick-md1/fusion
Brick3: dv4-3:/data/brick-md1/fusion
Brick4: dv4-1:/data/brick-md2/fusion
Brick5: dv4-2:/data/brick-md2/fusion
Brick6: dv4-3:/data/brick-md2/fusion
Options Reconfigured:
performance.cache-refresh-timeout: 0
performance.stat-prefetch: 0
auth.allow: *

NFS mounts use noac, so there should be no attribute caching.

doing an
	cat /x/y/z/*


	cat: /x/y/z/a: Input/output error
	cat: /x/y/z/b: Input/output error
	cat: /x/y/z/c: Input/output error
	cat: /x/y/z/d: Input/output error

I have a partial work around, but this one is troublesome.  Anyone 
experience anything like this?  If so, please contact me offline so we 
can compare notes.



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