[Gluster-users] Tiering and arbitrated replicated volumes

D'ALESSANDRO Davide Davide.DALESSANDRO at euipo.europa.eu
Fri Jun 29 14:53:53 UTC 2018


I read from Red Hat website that Gluster has this limit:

-          Tiering is neither compatible with arbitrated replicated volumes, nor with Samba

I wonder if this limit still applies to version 3.14 and 4.0 .

Indeed I was planning to use tiering with SSD drives, but keeping the 2x3 configuration, with one arbiter in each distribution group.


Kind regards


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