[Gluster-users] auth.allow doesn't seem to work

Kevin Lemonnier lemonnierk at ulrar.net
Fri Sep 23 12:52:51 UTC 2016

Thanks for your answer but I just ended up putting up an iptables to block everything.
It works for my current case but that still leaves a bunch of other clusters we have
with that problem where putting up a firewall isn't that easy.

I guess the ideal would be to bind gluster on the private addresses, is that doable ?
A quick google search shows people doing it by editing the volfile, but I suspect
that's an old method right ? There must be a way to tell gluster to just not listen
on the public IP.

Kevin Lemonnier
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