[Gluster-users] Setup gluster 3.1.2 ok but probe fails

Joe Landman landman at scalableinformatics.com
Tue Jan 18 18:21:12 UTC 2011

On 01/18/2011 01:09 PM, Gerry Reno wrote:

> Joe, thanks for the help.   I agree something is firewalling the packets.
> I added an explicit rule for this security group to allow access for
> port 24007 to itself.  (Shouldn't need this)  and it worked.
>      ec2-authorize SECURITYGROUP -P tcp -p 24007-24019 -u AWS_USER_ID -o
>      PERMISSION        SECURITYGROUP    ALLOWS    tcp    24007
> And now the probe is successful:
>      On primary:
>      # sudo gluster peer probe 10.XXX.58.95
>      Probe successful

Go figure.

> So it appears the internal ec2 network is not open within the security
> group.  Maybe they just meant the internal network is open in the
> 'default' security group.  Or they only tested it there.

Or its possible, with their testing, they have this pre-set, and didn't 
include it in the notes.  I'd suggest sending an RFE to the gluster 
team, and see if they can update the docs for EC2 on this.

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