[Gluster-users] GlusterFS 3.7

Alastair Neil ajneil.tech at gmail.com
Tue Sep 22 11:05:08 UTC 2015

glusterd should handle syncing any changes you make with the "gluster"
 command to the peers, obviously if you make local changes to the volume
file on one server you are likely to break things unless you copy rsync the
changes to the other server.

On 22 September 2015 at 04:02, Andreas Hollaus <Andreas.Hollaus at ericsson.com
> wrote:

> Hi,
> Are there any restrictions as to when I'm allowed to make changes to the
> GlusterFS
> volume (for instance: start/stop volume, add/remove brick or peer)? How
> will it
> handle such changes when one of my two replicated servers is down? How
> will GlusterFS
> know which set of configuration files it can trust when the other server
> is connected
> again and the files will contain different information about the volume?
> If these
> were data files on the GlusterFS volume that would have been handled by
> the extended
> file attributes, but how about the GlusterFS configuration itself?
> Regards
> Andreas
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