[Gluster-users] Debian repositories only for amd64
joe at julianfamily.org
Fri Mar 1 23:33:17 UTC 2013
I was able to get new servers recently, but for 2 1/2 years I ran with
mixed 32 and 64 bit clients AND servers.
I still run several 32 bit clients.
On 03/01/2013 01:03 PM, Leonardo Boiko wrote:
> And in particular, are there any problems in running a 32-bit gluster
> client with a 64-bit gluster server pool (assuming the same version
> for both)?
> If there are, at least can one run a 32-bit NFS client mounting via
> NFS from a 64-bit gluster server?
> On 1 March 2013 17:53, Patrick Irvine <pirv at cybersites.ca> wrote:
>> It was my understanding that 32bit gluster is not supported, and nor is it
>> recommended. I remember a post quite some time ago to that effect. Has
>> this changed or am I remembering this wrong?
>> On 01/03/2013 12:23 PM, Leonardo Boiko wrote:
>>> I would gladly contribute the i386 debs myself; but I can't run a
>>> repository at the moment. I noticed the current repository at
>>> gluster.org is signed by you. Would you guys trust unknown me to send
>>> compiled software for it?
>>> On 1 March 2013 17:11, Kaleb S. KEITHLEY <kkeithle at redhat.com> wrote:
>>>> On 03/01/2013 01:29 PM, Leonardo Boiko wrote:
>>>>> I noticed Debian offers 32-bit packages, but they're old (naturally).
>>>>> I assume it isn't safe to run old clients with new servers (i.e. 3.0.5
>>>>> vs. 3.3.1)?
>>>> That is correct, it is not safe.
>>>>> Our park is mixed i386/amd64, so we'd enjoy 32-bit debs… But I suppose
>>>>> I can install it manually, or fallback to NFS.
>>>> It's the community. Someone in the community needs to step up and build
>>>> 32-bit .debs.
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