[Gluster-users] Split brain on directory?

Alan Orth alan.orth at gmail.com
Mon Jul 28 11:42:47 UTC 2014


Yeah, it's some sort of split brain in that it exists on one brick and
not the other :P

Here's the getfattr for the directory at the end of the hierarchy in the

# getfattr -n trusted.gfid --absolute-names -e hex
# file: /mnt/gfs/wingu1/sdb1/homes/mnt/gfs/wingu1/sdb1/homes/


On 07/28/2014 02:19 PM, david.zhang700 at gmail.com wrote:
> looks weird,but I don't think it's a strictly defined "split brain".can
> you paste the output of getattr command on the directory you mentioned?
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