[Gluster-users] multi-interface/IP peers

David Coulson david at davidcoulson.net
Sat Apr 21 11:58:59 UTC 2012

Gluster relies on DNS and/or /etc/hosts to determine the IP for a 
particular cluster member. You can have gluster utilize a different IP 
for *new* connections by updating DNS or /etc/hosts to point the cluster 
peer name to a new IP.

On 4/21/12 7:31 AM, lejeczek wrote:
> helo everybody
> this I'd imagine must be common scenario, where a peer, or more peers 
> are multi if/IPs nodes
> for an instance
> what happens if a cheaper route to a peer is made available after some 
> time a volume has been up?
> how one introduces this change to the volume? how one tells the 
> gluster to use different IP whereas everything else remains unchanged?
> cheers
> lejeczek
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