[Gluster-users] Initiating and Monitoring Heal Process
lmohanty at redhat.com
Fri Aug 2 05:35:55 UTC 2013
On 08/01/2013 05:32 AM, Joel Young wrote:
> In particular:
> shows output being generated from these commands which I am not seeing.
> On Wed, Jul 31, 2013 at 3:24 PM, Joel Young <jdy at cryregarder.com> wrote:
>> Using gluster 3.4.0, how do I monitor the heal status for a volume?
>> In the gluster cli, I type:
>> "volume heal home info" and it returns nothing, just bringing up the
>> "gluster>" prompt after waiting a while. Does this mean that the system
>> thinks nothing is wrong?
>> If I type "volume heal home", again the system waits a while and
>> output nothing, returning to the "gluster>" prompt. Should this
>> output something?
>> Repeating the "volume heal home info" returns nothing if run again
>> after the above.
>> volume status report "There are no active volume tasks".
>> Shouldn't the above commands output something? Even if the something is
>> "Volume is completely healthy no files have been or need healing"?
>> Are there good docs on this somewhere?
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The issue seems like a bug (mentioned below) which is already reported.
If you also think it is the bug , please add your comments to the bug.
From the bug description:
[06/06/12 - 02:05:48 root at AFR-Server1 ~]# gluster v heal vol info
[06/06/12 - 02:09:31 root at AFR-Server1 ~]# echo $?
[06/06/12 - 02:09:34 root at AFR-Server1 ~]# gluster v heal vol info
[06/06/12 - 02:11:17 root at AFR-Server1 ~]# gluster v heal vol info healed
[06/06/12 - 02:11:28 root at AFR-Server1 ~]# gluster v heal vol info heal-failed
[06/06/12 - 02:11:45 root at AFR-Server1 ~]# gluster v heal vol info heal-failed
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