[Gluster-users] Where does the 'date' string in '/var/log/glusterfs/gl.log' come from?

harry mangalam harry.mangalam at uci.edu
Tue Dec 10 04:44:06 UTC 2013

Admittedly I should search the source, but I wonder if anyone knows this 

Background:  of our  84 ROCKS (6.1) -provisioned compute nodes, 4 have picked 
up an 'advanced date'  in the /var/log/glusterfs/gl.log file - that date 
string is running about 5-6 hours ahead of the system date and all the Gluster 
servers (which are identical and correct).  The time advancement does not 
appear to be identical tho it's hard to tell since it only shows on errors and 
those update irregularly.

All the clients are the same version and all the servers are the same (gluster 
v 3.4.0-8.el6.x86_64

This would not be of interest except that those 4 clients are losing files, 
unable to reliably do IO, etc on the gluster fs.  They don't appear to be 
having problems with NFS mounts, nor with a Fraunhofer FS that is also mounted 
on each node,

Rebooting 2 of them has no effect - they come right back with an advanced 

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