[Gluster-users] Is there a way to force a brick in a replica set to automatically self heal after it goes down and comes back up?

Kushnir, Michael (NIH/NLM/LHC) [C] michael.kushnir at nih.gov
Wed Oct 24 18:20:42 UTC 2012

Good afternoon,

I am thinking of a scenario where a brick #2 in two-brick a replica set goes down and then comes back up. It will be inconsistent with brick #1. From what I understand, missing and changed files are not replicated until a user reads or writes to those files. Is there a way to make the brick auto-heal when it comes back up?


Michael Kushnir
System Architect / Engineer
Communications Engineering Branch
Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications
National Library of Medicine

8600 Rockville Pike, Building 38A, Floor 10
Besthesda, MD 20894

Phone: 301-435-3219
Email: michael.kushnir at nih.gov<mailto:michael.kushnir at nih.gov>

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