[Gluster-users] gverify.sh purpose

mabi mabi at protonmail.ch
Mon Aug 21 09:46:07 UTC 2017

Thanks Saravana for your quick answer. I was wondering because I have an issue where on my master geo-rep cluster I run a self-compiled version of GlusterFS from git and on my slave geo-replication node I run an official version. As such the versions do not match and the gverify.sh script fails. I have posted a mail in the gluster-devel mailing list yesterday as I think this has more to do with compilation.

> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: [Gluster-users] gverify.sh purpose
> Local Time: August 21, 2017 10:39 AM
> UTC Time: August 21, 2017 8:39 AM
> From: sarumuga at redhat.com
> To: mabi <mabi at protonmail.ch>, Gluster Users <gluster-users at gluster.org>
> On Saturday 19 August 2017 02:05 AM, mabi wrote:
>> Hi,
>> When creating a geo-replication session is the gverify.sh used  or ran respectively?
> Yes, It is executed as part of geo-replication session creation.
>> or is gverify.sh just an ad-hoc command to test manually if creating a geo-replication creationg would succeed?
> No need to run separately
> ~
> Saravana
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