[Gluster-users] bitrot log messages

Kotresh Hiremath Ravishankar khiremat at redhat.com
Wed Oct 26 05:23:50 UTC 2016

Hi Jackie,

"gluster vol bitrot <volname> status" should show the corrupted files gfid.
If you want to get the info from logs, it will be logged as below.

[2016-10-26 05:21:20.767774] A [MSGID: 118023] [bit-rot-scrub.c:246:bitd_compare_ckum] 0-master-bit-rot-0: CORRUPTION DETECTED: Object /dir1/file1 {Brick: /bricks/brick1/b10 | GFID: b912c776-7253-4418-a35f-a37661d673b6}
[2016-10-26 05:21:20.770294] A [MSGID: 118024] [bit-rot-scrub.c:266:bitd_compare_ckum] 0-master-bit-rot-0: Marking /dir1/file1 [GFID: b912c776-7253-4418-a35f-a37661d673b6 | Brick: /bricks/brick1/b10] as corrupted..

Thanks and Regards,
Kotresh H R

----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jackie Tung" <jackie at drive.ai>
> To: gluster-users at gluster.org
> Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2016 2:14:28 AM
> Subject: [Gluster-users] bitrot log messages
> Hi,
> Redhat documentation says that things will get logged to bitd.log, and
> scrub.log. These files are pretty big - even when we only take the “ E “ log
> level lines.
> https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Storage/3.1/html/Administration_Guide/chap-Detecting_Data_Corruption.html
> Anyone know which particular message patterns we should be actively looking
> for to detect bitrot?
> Thanks,
> Jackie
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