[Gluster-users] 回复: How to distributed with a folder

李立 dylan-lili at foxmail.com
Thu Nov 17 08:29:33 UTC 2016

Thanks for your reply ! I have many data folders such as data1,data2... and this data folders contains some files. The data will be disable if one files missed. I use distributed volume storage the data folders and the files of data folder is distributed to all bricks. The all data folders will be disable if   one brick down. I think out the distributed replica volume,but disk utilization is  less than 50% whth replica volume.I can put up with some data missing ,but I cann't tolerate all data being disable. So,I want the data folder storage just one brick,so that ,if one brick down , it has some data folder disable in this brick and other data is well.


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发件人: "jin deng"<cheneydeng88 at gmail.com>; 
发送时间: 2016年11月17日(星期四) 下午4:13
收件人: "李立"<dylan-lili at foxmail.com>; 
抄送: "gluster-users"<gluster-users at gluster.org>; 
主题: [Gluster-users] How to distributed with a folder

if you are worrying about the disk failure will bring all your data unavailable,the distributed replica volume is a good choice.

2016年11月17日星期四,jin deng <cheneydeng88 at gmail.com> 写道:

2016年11月17日星期四,李立 <dylan-lili at foxmail.com> 写道:
In distributed volume, the files will be distributed to different bricks.But,my data is a folder if it's lack of a file,the folder of data will be disabled.So, I want a specific folder will be store one brick to avoid dropping a brick and all data is disable.

 I don't understand your purpose.It seems you want all your data which inside one specific directory to be stored on a fixed brick(without dht) instead of letting the data dispersed among all bricks.IMO,that violates the model of "distributed volume".Not sure if i've misunderstood your purpose.Maybe someone will give a different opinion.



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