[Gluster-users] Troubleshooting Gluster Client Mount Disconnection
skoduri at redhat.com
Sat Feb 20 03:48:14 UTC 2016
On 02/20/2016 02:08 AM, Takemura, Won wrote:
> I am new user / admin of Gluster.
> I am involved in a support issue where access to a gluster mount fails
> and the error is displayed when users attempt to access the mount:
> -bash: cd: /app/: Transport endpoint is not connected
This error is typically thrown when the connection to gluster volume
brick processes is lost. Could you check the status of the bricks of
that volume when this issue is seen. For nfs-mounts check if the volume
is still exported using the command 'showmount -e <server_ip>'.
The logs are copied to '/var/log/glusterfs' folder.
For issues with nfs-mount, look at '/var/log/glusterfs/nfs.log' and for
brick logs, check '/var/log/glusterfs/bricks/*'
> A reboot restores the access to the gluster mount since there is an
> fstab entry.
> After an undetermined amount of time the mount is “lost”
> There are 2 client Centos servers configured to establish an NFS mount
> to gluster volumes upon boot in the fstab.
> Each have three mounts to gluster.
> ·Server A has not experienced any issues on any of the mounts.
> ·Server B loses the mount to /app. The other two mounts are not affected.
> *Client Info:*
> fuse init (API version 7.14)
> Any feedback on where to look in client logs for details on this failure
> would be appreciated.
> I am pursuing this from the view that Server B has an issue since Server
> A has no issues.
> I think the issue is with the client and not the gluster instance.
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