[Gluster-users] VM disks corruption on 3.7.11
lemonnierk at ulrar.net
Wed May 25 09:18:04 UTC 2016
Not that I know of, no. Doesn't look like the bricks have trouble
communication, but is there a simple way to check that in glusterFS,
some sort of brick uptime ? Who knows, maybe the bricks are flickering
and I don't notice, that's entirely possible.
As mentionned, the problem occurs on it's own. I can trigger it faster
by using the disk a lot (doing database import) but it occured this night
for example and I wasn't using the machine at all. I googled a bit and I
found quite a lot of thread on the proxmox forum about this but for older
versions of glusterFS.
I am using qcow2 usually, just tried with raw and same problem. I just mounted
the volume with NFS, and I'm currently moving the disk on it to see if the
problem is libgfapi only or if it happens too with NFS.
On Wed, May 25, 2016 at 02:38:00PM +0530, Krutika Dhananjay wrote:
> Hi Kevin,
> If you actually ran into a 'read-only filesystem' issue, then it could
> possibly because of a bug in AFR
> that Pranith recently fixed.
> To confirm if that is indeed the case, could you tell meA if you saw the
> pause after a brick (single brick) was
> down while IO was going on?
> On Wed, May 25, 2016 at 1:28 PM, Kevin Lemonnier <lemonnierk at ulrar.net>
> >A A Whats the underlying filesystem under the bricks?
> I use XFS, I read that was recommended. What are you using ?
> Since yours seems to work, I'm not opposed to changing !
> Kevin Lemonnier
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