[Gluster-users] Peer isolation while healing

Karthik Subrahmanya ksubrahm at redhat.com
Mon Oct 9 10:10:52 UTC 2017


There is no way to isolate the healing peer. Healing happens from the good
brick to the bad brick.
I guess your replica bricks are on a different peers. If you try to isolate
the healing peer, it will stop the healing process itself.

What is the error you are getting while writing? It would be helpful to
debug the issue, if you can provide us the output of the following commands:
    gluster volume info <vol_name>
    gluster volume heal <vol_name> info
And also provide the client & heal logs.

Thanks & Regards,

On Mon, Oct 9, 2017 at 3:02 PM, ML <lists at websiteburo.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I've been using gluster for a few month now, on a simple 2 peers
> replicated infrastructure, 22Tb each.
> One of the peers has been offline last week during 10 hours (raid resync
> after a disk crash), and while my gluster server was healing bricks, I
> could see some write errors on my gluster clients.
> I couldn't find a way to isolate my healing peer, in the documentation or
> anywhere else.
> Is there a way to avoid that ? Detach the peer while healing ? Some
> tunning on the client side maybe ?
> I'm using gluster 3.9 on debian 8.
> Thank you for your help.
> Quentin
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