[Gluster-users] Convert to Shard - Setting Guidance
budic at onholyground.com
Mon Jan 23 16:01:25 UTC 2017
I did a combination of live storage migrations (be sure to delete any snapshots afterward if using ovirt) and shutdown, migrate, reboot. Anything that did heavy disk use, particularly writes, was giving me trouble (pauses, crashes, reboots) with live storage migrations so I just shut down anything else with heavy disk writes and did them offline. Mysql servers, for example.
Note that if you’re using ovirt, partially the 3.6 series, I had to migrate the VM to a new host after moving the disk and before erasing the snapshots. Otherwise they’d crash when removing the snapshot, something in qemu not quite right I imagine.
> On Jan 20, 2017, at 2:49 PM, Kevin Lemonnier <lemonnierk at ulrar.net> wrote:
>> I would be interested to hear how you did this while running. On my
>> test setup, I have gone through the copy (rename) and it does work but
>> like you said it took quite awhile.
> I went into my proxmox web interface, selected the disk and clicked "move" :)
> It just uses some qemu command behing the scene so you can do it even
> if you aren't using proxmox though, just need to figure out the syntax.
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