[Gluster-users] Replacing a node

Arnold Krille arnold at arnoldarts.de
Mon Feb 20 21:24:07 UTC 2012

On Monday 20 February 2012 18:52:18 Marcus Bointon wrote:
> I have two servers running gluster 3.1.2 hosting a single replica-2 volume
> (web images) on Ubuntu Lucid 64. I need to replace one of the nodes with a
> new server. What's the best approach to this? There's not much data, but
> I'd like to do it with no downtime if possible.

"gluster volume replace-brick <volume> <old-brick> <new-brick>"

should do the trick if I remember the syntax correctly.

Have fun,

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