[Gluster-users] What will happen if one file size exceeds, the available node's harddrive capacity?

Dan Bretherton d.a.bretherton at reading.ac.uk
Mon May 23 14:20:43 UTC 2011

On 23/05/11 14:10, Amar Tumballi wrote:
>         If you set a limit of minimum free disk space, then GlusterFS
>         will stop
>         scheduling new files to any bricks exceeding this limit.
>     Please can you explain how to do this in version 3.1.x.  Does the
>     min-free-disk server vol file option still exist (from 3.0.x), and
>     if so is there a CLI command to set it?
> Dan,
> You can use command below (with proper volume name and required 
> min-free-disk value).
> bash# gluster volume set <VOLNAME> cluster.min-free-disk 30%
> Regards,
> Amar

Thanks for this advice.  Is there a way to specify an amount of free 
disk space in gigabytes, or does it have to be specified as a percentage?

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