[Gluster-users] Community to supported
colin.coe at gmail.com
Wed Jul 11 05:41:37 UTC 2018
I did some basic testing and did a Gluster to RHGS using
Built three new VMs (devfil01, devfil02, devfil03) and installed community
gluster version 3.8.7. using devfil01, added all three nodes to the pool -
peer probe devfil02 - peer probe devfil03 Created a volume matching the
basic setup of production - gluster volume create testvol replica 3 arbiter
1 devfil01:/bricks/brick1/brick devfil02:/bricks/brick1/brick
devfil03:/bricks/brick1/brick On devfil03 (arbiter first) - systemctl stop
glusterd - pkill glusterfs - yum erase $(rpm -qa | grep glusterfs) -
rhn-channel -r -c el-x86_64-glusterfs-7 # community gluster - rhn-channel
-a -c rhn-channel -a -c rhel-x86_64-server-7-rh-gluster-3 -c
rhel-x86_64-server-7-rh-gluster-3-samba - yum install glusterfs-server -y -
systemctl restart glusterd Repeat for devfil02 Repeat for devfil01
Any thoughts on this process? Anything I'm missing or could do a better
On Wed, Jul 4, 2018 at 8:11 AM Colin Coe <colin.coe at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> We've been running community supported gluster for a few years and now
> we've bought support subscriptions for RHGS.
> We currently have a 3 node system (2 replicas plus quorum) in production
> hosting several volumes with a TB or so of data.
> I've logged a support ticket requesting the best path forward to migrating
> from the community version to the RH supported version and was told to
> re-install. Obviously I'd rather not do that as it will be very disruptive.
> Is there a way to migrate from gluster to RHGS without re-installing?
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