[Gluster-users] Troubleshooting Unified Object and File Storage in 3.3

Vijay Bellur vbellur at redhat.com
Sat Jun 9 16:13:40 UTC 2012

On 06/08/2012 05:47 AM, Jason Brooks wrote:
> On 06/06/2012 10:25 PM, Vijay Bellur wrote:
>> On 06/07/2012 03:22 AM, Jason Brooks wrote:
>>> I've been testing on CentOS 6.2. The only command from the Admin guide
>>> I've run successfully has been: curl -v -H 'X-Storage-User: test:tester'
>>> -H 'X-Storage-Pass:testing' -k
>>> I started out with a centos machine running gluster-swift, which I was
>>> connecting to a four node gluster cluster. It wasn't clear to me from
>>> the admin guide where I was supposed to mount my gluster volume,
>> You will need to mount the gluster volume at
>> /mnt/gluster-object/<account>. For the example in admin guide,
>> /mnt/gluster-object/AUTH_test needs to be the mountpoint for your
>> gluster volume.
> There's something I'm confused about -- if I mount my gluster volume at
> AUTH_test, I am able to work with it, but is the idea that users should
> manually create a gluster volume and mountpoint for every account?

Users will be required to create a gluster volume that shares the 
account name (minus 'AUTH_').
If such a volume exists and is started, then the plugin ensures that the 
volume is mounted at the necessary mountpoint.

> The gluster-swift-plugin places a set of configuration files into
> /etc/swift -- the 1.conf files and the ring configurations. The admin
> guide doesn't mention any swift-ring-builder operations -- are these not
> required with UFO?

Yes, ring-builder operations are not necessary with UFO.


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