[Gluster-users] Failure Mode for Distributed Hot-Tier and Distributed-Replicated Cold-Tier

knarra knarra at redhat.com
Tue Feb 16 05:39:41 UTC 2016

On 02/16/2016 10:41 AM, Marc Eisenbarth wrote:
> What happens if I have a distributed hot-tier and 
> distributed-replicated cold-tier when one of the hot-tier volumes goes 
> away and one of the distributed-replicated volumes also goes away? Is 
> my entire system still in a read-write state?
> -Marc
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Hi Marc,

     When you say "one of the hot-tier volumes and one of the 
distributed-replicated volumes goes away"  do you mean to say, one of 
the bricks in those volumes?If yes, then cold-tier volume is still in 
read-write state. But you will not able to read/write anything to the 
brick in the  hot-tier which goes away since it is a distribute volume.


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