[Gluster-users] volume create: gsfiles: failed: /gfiles/data is already part of a volume
ericmorte at gmail.com
Tue Feb 17 16:52:08 UTC 2015
I have somehow put my Gluster 3.6 in a state where I am unable to create any volumes. Even having unmounted all Gluster-related mounts, deleting all relevant files/directories I get the following error when attempting to create a volume. Here is what I am trying to do:
> mkdir -p /gfiles/data
> mount /dev/mapper/vg.files-lvfiles /gfiles -o noatime,errors=remount-ro,data=writeback
> gluster volume create gsfiles replica 2 transport tcp 10.2.3.100:/gfiles/data 10.2.4.100:/gfiles/data
volume create: gsfiles: failed: /gfiles/data is already part of a volume
It does not matter if I create completely new directories, mounts and volume names. I get the same error. I have re-installed Gluster. I have restarted all services.
I am on CentOS6.4.
What could be going on here? Anything I can do?
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