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

harry mangalam harry.mangalam at uci.edu
Wed Dec 11 18:34:52 UTC 2013

To confirm: Joe's explanation, uncomfortable as it, looks to be the correct 
one.  When the servers were powered off and restarted (so the gluster 
processes /had/ to be restarted, the new ones started up and used the correct 
time format.

The 'problem' clients were the ones which were running the updated version; 
when all the clients were forced to restart the glusterfs; they all appear to 
be running with the UTC time (tho hard to tell since the number of logged 
incidents has fallen dramatically).

There is a repeating entry in all the server logs tho:

1001 $ tail -3 /var/log/glusterfs/etc-glusterfs-glusterd.vol.log
[2013-12-11 18:26:41.824180] E [socket.c:2788:socket_connect] 0-management: 
connection attempt failed (Connection refused)
[2013-12-11 18:26:44.825089] E [socket.c:2788:socket_connect] 0-management: 
connection attempt failed (Connection refused)
[2013-12-11 18:26:47.825952] E [socket.c:2788:socket_connect] 0-management: 
connection attempt failed (Connection refused)

Is there a way to detect which client(s) this is coming from?

On Tuesday, December 10, 2013 11:23:11 AM Joe Julian wrote:
> If I were to hazard a guess, since the timestamp is not configurable and
> *is* UTC in 3.4, it would seem that any server that's logging in local time
> must not be running 3.4. Sure, it's installed, but the application hasn't
> been restarted since it was installed. That's the only thing I can think of
> that would allow that behavior.

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