[Gluster-users] How to read geo replication timestamps from logs

Aravinda avishwan at redhat.com
Mon Nov 27 05:32:18 UTC 2017

Slave's time in log is not reporting Slave cluster's current time. It is 
logging the time till Slave cluster is in sync with respect to current 
Master node.

 From the log information below,

Master node's time is 2017-11-22 00:59:40.610574
Files/dirs synced to Slave cluster from the current node till 
(1511312352, 0) ie, Tuesday, November 21, 2017 12:59:12 AM GMT

Geo-rep yet to sync the difference from current node to Slave cluster 
(2017-11-22 00:59:40.610574 - Tuesday, November 21, 2017 12:59:12 AM GMT)

Sorry for the wrong message from the log files. I will work on it to 
change the log message into meaningful.

Aravinda VK

On Saturday 25 November 2017 07:48 AM, Mark Connor wrote:
> Folks, need help interpreting this message from my geo rep logs for my 
> volume mojo.
> ssh%3A%2F%2Froot%40173.173.241.2%3Agluster%3A%2F%2F127.0.0.1%3Amojo-remote.log:[2017-11-22 
> 00:59:40.610574] I [master(/bricks/lsi/mojo):1125:crawl] _GMaster: 
> slave's time: (1511312352, 0)
> The epoch of 1511312352 is Tuesday, November 21, 2017 12:59:12 AM GMT.
> The clocks are using the same ntp stratum and seem right on the money 
> for master and slave.
> Why the difference in seconds after taking into account the timezones?
> Anyone know where both timestamps come from?
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