[Gluster-users] SSL support is NOT enabled

Atin Mukherjee amukherj at redhat.com
Mon Feb 29 03:46:44 UTC 2016

On 02/29/2016 01:49 AM, Steven Fisher wrote:
> Hi,
> I have been using gluster successfully for a while on a couple of
> Raspberry Pi2s where I have external USB devices. I used the following
> article to get me up and running very
> quickly: http://banoffeepiserver.com/glusterfs/set-up-glusterfs-on-two-nodes.html
> I mount that gluster volumes on my RPis where I don’t have external
> storage.  This is useful to move files between the machines easily. All
> was fine but then I added a new RPI2 which runs the new Linux kernel
> (4.1.18) by default and I get the error SSL support is NOT enabled  when
> trying to mount the cluster volume from this machine.
>  The versions installed on my existing RPIs set-up are:
> *gluster*fs-client                      3.2.7-3+deb7u1                 
>         armhf        clustered file-system (client package)
> ii  *gluster*fs-common                      3.2.7-3+deb7u1             
>             armhf        GlusterFS common libraries and translator modules
> ii  *gluster*fs-server                      3.2.7-3+deb7u1             
>             armhf        clustered file-system (server package)
3.2.7 is way too old and probably that's the reason why TLS (SSL)
implementation is not there in the same.

Can you please upgrade your bits to at least 3.5 if not 3.6/3.7 to check
the functionality?
> They run: Linux rpi2 3.18.6-v7+ #3 SMP PREEMPT Mon Feb 9 15:39:54 UTC
> 2015 armv7l GNU/Linux
> My new RPI comes with the new Rasbian OS: 
> Linux raspberrypi 4.1.18-v7+ #845 SMP Thu Feb 18 19:45:28 GMT 2016
> armv7l GNU/Linux
> On this version when I install the glusterfs-clinet I end up with the
> following version:
> ii  glusterfs-client                      3.5.2-2+deb8u1               
>             armhf        clustered file-system (client package)
> ii  glusterfs-common                      3.5.2-2+deb8u1    
> For some reason I can’t install the earlier version and when I try the
> command to mount 'sudo mount -t glusterfs glus1:/glusv0 /mnt -o
> backupvolfile-server=glus2’ I end up with an error.
> What I would like to do is to use what I have seen is the
> option client.ssl=off , but the existing gluster volume servers don’t
> recognise that option and I can’t find the option to cause the mount on
> the new RPI2 to not use ssl.
> Since I don’t want to have to set-up this volume with SSL how can I
> get access to it on the new RPI2?
> Regards
> Steve
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