[Gluster-users] NFS ganesha client not showing files after crash
Jiffin Tony Thottan
jthottan at redhat.com
Sun May 29 17:46:49 UTC 2016
On 28/05/16 08:07, Alan Hartless wrote:
> I had everything working well when I had a complete melt down :-) Well
> got all that sorted and everything back up and running or so I
> thought. Now NFS ganesha is not showing any existing files but the
> root level of the brick. It's empty for all subdirectories. New files
> or directories added show up as well. Everything shows up when using
> the fuse client.
If I understand your issue correctly
* You have created a volume using brick which contains pre existing file
* When you tried to access the files via ganesha, it does not show up.
But with fuse it is visible.
Can please try to perform force lookup on the directories/files(ls <path
to directory/file>) from the ganesha mount?
Also check the ganesha logs (/var/log/ganesha.log and
/var/log/ganesha-gfapi.log) for clues.
IMO there was similar issue exists for older version of ganesha(v2.1 I
guess). if possible can you also share
the ganesha configuration for that volume
> I've tried self healing, editing files, etc but the issue persists. If
> I move the folders and back, they show up. But I have a live setup and
> can't afford the time to move GBs of data to a new location and back.
> Is there anything I can do to trigger something for the files to show
> up in NFS again without having to move directories?
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