[Gluster-users] Recommended settings for geo-replication for folders with lots of files

Joe Julian joe at julianfamily.org
Mon Sep 24 05:41:43 UTC 2012

You don't mention geo-synchronization specifically but you mentioned 
slave. The only time there is a slave is when you're using 
geo-synchronization, otherwise you're making an all too common mistake 
and writing to a brick. Bricks are back end storage for GlusterFS, not 
user storage. Volumes need to be accessed via a client mount.

On 09/23/2012 10:17 PM, Alexander Sopicki wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm currently using GlusterFS in an installation and it works quite 
> well. Only problem I'm currently facing is synching files to the slave 
> on folders with lots of files (e.g. images). Is there some recommended 
> way to speed this up? Synchronisation will take quite some time if 
> there are changes in one of these folders. I tried to search the 
> Gluster.org website or via google for a solution but couldn't find 
> anything to solve the issue. Any pointers would be appreciated. Thanks 
> in advance.
> Regards,
> Alex
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