[Gluster-users] Usage monitoring per user

Alex Chekholko alex at calicolabs.com
Tue May 1 16:45:31 UTC 2018


There are several programs that will basically take the outputs of your
scans and store the results in a database. If you size the database
appropriately, then querying that database will be much quicker than
querying the filesystem.  But of course the results will be a little bit

One such project is robinhood. https://github.com/cea-hpc/robinhood/wiki

A simpler way might be to just have daily/weekly cron jobs that output text
reports, without maintaining a separate database.

But there is no way to avoid doing a recursive POSIX tree traversal, since
that is how you get your info out of your filesystem.


On Tue, May 1, 2018 at 5:30 AM, mohammad kashif <kashif.alig at gmail.com>

> Hi
> Is there any easy way to find usage per user in Gluster? We have 300TB
> storage with almost 100 million files. Running du take too much time. Are
> people aware of any other tool which can be used to break up storage per
> user?
> Thanks
> Kashif
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