[Gluster-users] question about sync replicate volume after rebooting one node
songxin_1980 at 126.com
Tue Feb 16 10:29:50 UTC 2016
I have a question about how to sync volume between two bricks after one node is reboot.
There are two node, A node and B node.A node ip is 184.108.40.206 and B node ip is 220.127.116.11.
operation steps on A node as below
1.gluster peer probe 18.104.22.168
2.mkdir -p /data/brick/gv0
3.gluster volume create gv0 replica 2 22.214.171.124:/data/brick/gv0 126.96.36.199:/data/brick/gv1 force
4.gluster volume start gv0
5.mount -t glusterfs 188.8.131.52:/gv0 gluster
operation steps on B node as below
1.mkdir -p /data/brick/gv0
2.mount -t glusterfs 184.108.40.206:/gv0 gluster
After all steps above , there a some gluster service process, including glusterd, glusterfs and glusterfsd, running on both A and B node.
I can see these servic by command ps aux | grep gluster and command gluster volume status.
Now reboot the B node.After B reboot , there are no gluster service running on B node.
After I systemctl start glusterd , there is just glusterd service but not glusterfs and glusterfsd on B node.
Because glusterfs and glusterfsd are not running so I can't gluster volume heal gv0 full.
I want to know why glusterd don't start glusterfs and glusterfsd.
How do I restart these services on B node?
How do I sync the replicate volume after one node reboot?
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