[Gluster-users] Folder disappeared on the mount point , but exists on bricks.
ravishankar at redhat.com
Thu Oct 20 05:43:04 UTC 2016
On 10/20/2016 07:21 AM, yujin wrote:
> i check the trusted.gfid xattr for luo on all bricks:
> as below：
> getfattr -m . -d -e hex /data2/gluster/video/luo
> getfattr: Removing leading '/' from absolute path names
> # file: data2/gluster/video/luo
> ll /data2/gluster/.glusterfs/53/83/
> total 10932
> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 54 Sep 27 09:28
> 5383184b-d9df-49e5-80da-03a1b8fd1105 ->
> thanks .
Could you verify the same for the parent directory of luo ('video') as well?
Also, try setting the client-log-level to DEBUG and see if you find
anything in the debug messages of the mount log when you "ls
/videos_store/video/" from that client.
> On 2016年10月19日 23:47, Ravishankar N wrote:
>> On 10/19/2016 01:29 PM, yujin wrote:
>>> hi all
>>> ** I've just had an interestingissuewith our gluster storage:
>>> Folder disappeared on the mount point , but exists on bricks.
>>> mount point /videos_store
>>> subdirectory "video/luo" is exists on all bricks.
>>> when "ls /videos_store/video/" the "luo" was disappeared. on
>>> the mount point
>>> but when "ls /videos_store/video/luo/" i can see all files on
>>> the "luo".
>>> i had saw all logs. but didn't find anything useful.
>>> I've done the following:
>>> 1 . heal full
>>> 2. mv /videos_store/video/luo/ to /tmp; then mkdir
>>> 3. mount volume to another point : /videos_store2 .
>>> 4. mount volume on another server.
>> Can you check if the trusted.gfid xattr for luo exists on all bricks
>> and that the gfid symlink inside the .glusterfs directory points to
>> luo on all of them?
>>> but The problem is still.
>>> * GlusterFS v3.6.1
>>> * centos 6.6
>>> *Distributed-Replicate replica *2
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