[Gluster-users] View from one client's gone subbornly bad

Anand Avati anand.avati at gmail.com
Fri Jul 22 04:56:13 UTC 2011

Can you post gluster client logs and check if there are any core dumps?


On Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 9:05 AM, Whit Blauvelt
<whit.gluster at transpect.com>wrote:

> Okay ...
> Finally got that one replicated partition back in line. A few of the
> recommended
>  find /mnt/point -print0 | xargs --null stat
> from each side seems to have done some good. Then while I'm away a second
> replicated partition on the same two systems ends up with a
>  Transport endpoint is disconnected
> and even totally shutting down all the Gluster processes on that box and
> restarting them does nothing for this - doesn't even create more entries in
> the log for it.
> The other two replicated Gluster shares between these machines are
> operating
> still - including the one I first had the trouble with today. But this
> third
> one that decided it would be disconnected seems intent to stay that way -
> despite that it's the same physical connection betweent the machines -
> which
> is fine - and the same Gluster daemons running on both.
> Again, this was all happy for many weeks with 3.1.3. So I'd give pretty
> good
> odds that 3.1.5 has some deep bugs. Should I go back, or do things finally
> look better going forward? And what do I do to wake that disconnected
> endpoint in the morning?
> Thanks,
> Whit
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