[Gluster-users] Expanding a replicated volume

M S Vishwanath Bhat msvbhat at gmail.com
Fri Jul 3 11:04:48 UTC 2015

On 3 July 2015 at 15:02, Sjors Gielen <sjors at sjorsgielen.nl> wrote:

> Hi Vishwanath,
> Op do 2 jul. 2015 om 21:51 schreef M S Vishwanath Bhat <msvbhat at gmail.com
> >:
>> AFAIK there are two ways you can trigger the self-heal
>> 1. Use the gluster CLI "heal" command. I'm not sure why it didn't work
>> for you and needs to be investigated.
> Do you think I should file a bug for this? I can reliably reproduce using
> the steps in my original e-mail. (This is Gluster 3.7.2, by the way.)
Yes, you should file a bug if it's not working.

Meanwhile Pranith or Xavi (self-heal developers) might be able to help you.

Best Regards,

>> 2. Running 'stat' on files on gluster volume mountpoint, So if you run
>> stat on the entire mountpoint, the files should be properly synced across
>> all the replica bricks.
> This indeed seems to do the same as the `du`: when run as root on the
> server running the complete brick, the file appears on the incomplete brick
> as well. Initially as an empty file, but after a few seconds the complete
> file exists. When the `stat` is not ran as root, this doesn't happen, which
> I still think is bizarre.
> Thanks,
> Sjors
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