[Gluster-users] Distributed-replicate across four bricks with two hosts
Robert Hajime Lanning
lanning at lanning.cc
Sat Jun 15 01:35:40 UTC 2013
On 06/14/13 13:35, Ziemowit Pierzycki wrote:
> I created a distributed-replicated volume across two servers and two
> bricks each. Here is the configuration:
> Volume Name: slice1
> Type: Distributed-Replicate
> Status: Started
> Number of Bricks: 2 x 2 = 4
> Transport-type: tcp
> Brick1: elkpinfkvm05-bus:/srv/brick1
> Brick2: elkpinfkvm05-bus:/srv/brick2
> Brick3: elkpinfkvm06-bus:/srv/brick1
> Brick4: elkpinfkvm06-bus:/srv/brick2
> So naturally the question comes up: how do I know the replication is
> happening across the hosts, not two bricks on the same host? If one of
> the hosts went down, I want to make sure the storage is still available.
Replica sets are done in order that the bricks are added to the volume.
So, you have the replica set size set to 2, which means every 2 bricks
are mirrored, down the line.
Brick1 + Brick2 = Replica 1
Brick3 + Brick4 = Replica 2
Then the distribution (DHT) distributes files over Replica 1 and Replica 2.
So, you have an issue here, that both bricks of a replica set are on the
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