[Gluster-users] Gluster Health Report tool
atumball at redhat.com
Wed Oct 25 14:20:23 UTC 2017
Thanks Aravinda, mainly for making this easy to install with 'pip'. Would
be easier for people to start using quickly.
All, this is a step towards reducing the chatter about 'did you check
that?' 'did you also check this, that and those parameters?'. Please start
giving feedback, and also help us improve it by contributing ideas,
suggestions and code.
Going forward we are planning to make this project a part of gluster org in
github. (https://github.com/gluster/). Soon we would like you to run these
reports everyday once to make sure things are all in 'OK' status, mainly to
prevent issues, instead of getting to debugging it after it happens.
On Wed, Oct 25, 2017 at 2:11 PM, Aravinda <avishwan at redhat.com> wrote:
> We started a new project to identify issues/misconfigurations in
> Gluster nodes. This project is very young and not yet ready for
> Production use, Feedback on the existing reports and ideas for more
> Reports are welcome.
> This tool needs to run in every Gluster node to detect the local
> issues (Example: Parsing log files, checking disk space etc) in each
> Nodes. But some of the reports use Gluster CLI to identify the issues
> Which can be run in any one node.(For example
> `gluster-health-report --run-only glusterd-peer-disconnect`)
> # Install
> sudo pip install gluster-health-report
> # Usage
> Run `gluster-health-report --help` for help
> Example output is available here https://github.com/aravindavk/
> # Project Details
> - Issue page: https://github.com/gluster/glusterfs/issues/313
> - Project page: https://github.com/aravindavk/gluster-health-report
> - Open new issue if you have new report suggestion or found issue with
> existing report https://github.com/aravindavk/
> Aravinda VK
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> Gluster-users at gluster.org
Amar Tumballi (amarts)
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