[Gluster-users] [URGENT] Add-bricks to a volume corrupted the files

Xavier Hernandez xhernandez at datalab.es
Wed Oct 19 12:32:07 UTC 2016

Hi Kevin,

are you using Proxmox, right ?

I think it's important because Proxmox uses gfapi to connect each VM to 
the disk, not FUSE. Maybe this is important to find the cause.

I had a similar issue while moving machines from an old gluster volume 
to a new volume with sharding enabled and I added new bricks to it.


On 17/10/16 08:46, Kevin Lemonnier wrote:
>>    I see that network.ping-timeout on your setup is 15 seconds andA  that's
>>    too low. Could you reconfigure that to 30 seconds?
> Yes, I can. I set it to 15 to be sure no browser would timeout when trying to load
> a website on a frozen VM during the timeout, 15 seemed pretty good since it just
> feels like the website was a bit slow, which happens. I guess 30 should still work,
> do you think 15 could cause problems ? We've had that on our clusters for a few months
> already without noticing anything. The heals are totally transparent now so I figured
> I don't really mind if it heals everytime there is a little lag ..
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