[Gluster-users] pb glusterfs 3.4.2 built on Jan 3 2014 12:38:05

A Ghoshal a.ghoshal at tcs.com
Sat Feb 21 10:16:02 UTC 2015

Correction on below mail - I forgot to mention the relevant log.

From:   A Ghoshal/MUM/TCS
To:     Pierre Léonard <pleonard at jouy.inra.fr>
Cc:     gluster-users at gluster.org, gluster-users-bounces at gluster.org
Date:   02/21/2015 03:44 PM
Subject:        Re: [Gluster-users] pb glusterfs 3.4.2 built on Jan 3 2014 
Sent by:        A Ghoshal

Hi Pierre,

I looked up the following log in the source code:

[2015-02-20 14:31:24.969984] E 
[glusterd-store.c:2487:glusterd_resolve_all_bricks] 0-glusterd: resolve 
brick failed in restore

Looks like what glusterd is trying to do is map all peers to their UUIDs. 
This information is generally stored in 


If you look in there, you will find one file for each peer. Here's an 
example from my system:

root at serv0:/var/lib/glusterd/peers> ls
root at ksc-base-unit0:/var/lib/glusterd/peers> cat 
root at serv0:/var/lib/glusterd/peers>

So, you should have such a file there for each host present in your pool. 
If not, there may be a problem.

Also, I think that error with rdma.so shouldn't be a problem. It's just 
glusterd's way to check whether your build supports rdma or tcp. Your 
system must be using tcp socket to communicate among peers instead.


P.s. This is kind of a disclaimer  - I am NOT a Red Hat developer, and not 
associated with the glusterfs development team in any official capacity. 
It's just that I use it from time to time.

From:   Pierre Léonard <pleonard at jouy.inra.fr>
To:     gluster-users at gluster.org
Date:   02/20/2015 10:25 PM
Subject:        Re: [Gluster-users] pb glusterfs 3.4.2 built on Jan 3 2014 
Sent by:        gluster-users-bounces at gluster.org

Hi  Ghoshal,
That's funny. What's your glusterd version?

glusterd --version
glusterfs 3.5.3 built on Nov 13 2014 11:06:04
It seems that I have diffrent release of glusterfs.
Could be a problem. I know also that I have made an update of that 
computer a knew kernel, and new openssl and glibc .

I remember I get a problem with the peers files a guy named Kaushal help 
me. The files wher not good on that same computer. So I find the good 
peers files by analysing all my 14 nodes and the server restart.

Today I have check the peers files but find no evidency of mistake.



Pierre Léonard
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