[Gluster-users] Peer isolation while healing
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Mon Oct 9 13:29:41 UTC 2017
That make sense ^_^
Unfortunately I haven't kept the interresting data you need.
Basically I had some write errors on my gluster clients when my
monitoring tool tested mkdir & create files.
The server's load was huge during the healing (cpu at 100%), and the
disk latency increased a lot.
That may be the source of my write errors, we'll know for sure next
time... I'll keep & post all the data you asked.
No way on the client side to force the gluster mount on 1 peer ?
Thanks for your help Karthik!
Le 09/10/2017 à 12:10, Karthik Subrahmanya a écrit :
> 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
> 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
> <mailto: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.
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