[Gluster-users] [REPOST] Connection failed

Kaushal M kshlmster at gmail.com
Wed May 23 09:47:45 UTC 2012

(Missed cc-ing to the list. Re-adding again)

Hi again.

AFAICT, glusterd is running properly, it must be a problem with cli then.
glusterd listens for cli connections on port 24007. cli tries to connect to
this port before performing any operation. When the connection cannot
happen, cli reports the message you get.
Since, glusterd is running in your case, something must be preventing cli
from connecting to the port, firewall probably.


On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 7:19 PM, Emmanuel Seyman <eseyman at edd.fr> wrote:

> * Kaushal M [22/05/2012 15:30] :
> >
> > Hi Emmanuel.
> Hi, Kaushal.
> > The log you have provided, is it for titane or silicium? I have a feeling
> > it is for the latter.
> Yes, it is for titane.
> > If it is titane's log, the thing I can make out is that glusterd was
> killed
> > by a SIGINT. This is probably because --debug doesn't daemonize the
> > glusterd process and you used ctrl-c top stop it.
> Correct. The last two lines were written after the 'gluster peer status'
> command was run so they're not really relevent to the output (I probably
> should have removed them from the log)
> > Could you test again with option '--log-level=DEBUG' instead and provide
> > the logs?
> Done.
> I've replaced the original log files.
> http://people.parinux.org/~seyman/gluster/glusterd.log
> http://people.parinux.org/~seyman/gluster/glusterd.log.gz
> Thanks for the help.
> Emmanuel
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