[Gluster-users] client.ssl off - brakes things?
peljasz at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Apr 9 18:09:39 UTC 2021
I'm trying TLS on my gluster, well, I'd like to think that I
have it done, but...
If I set volume to 'client.ssl on' then stuff brakes -
autofs cannot mount, libvirtd cannot get to the volume via
Volume is as:
-> $ gluster volume info VMs | sort
Number of Bricks: 1 x 2 = 2
Snapshot Count: 0
Volume ID: 14b867bf-b523-4168-937c-cca59e202fb4
Volume Name: VMs
Since, what I'm told that is, Libvirt does not yet implement
TLS to/off GlusterFS I presumed - okey, that would be
'client.ssl' I can do ignore, disable and Libvirt would work.
Mine is a simple setup, only two servers which are 'clients'
at the same time, for autofs & libvirtd operate on themselves.
Should 'client.ssl off' not allow libvirt to connect via
What does 'client.ssl' do? What's it for?
And lastly - how to without the doubts confirm that volume
in fact does use TLS?
many thanks, L.
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