[Gluster-users] Self-heal never finishes
ksubrahm at redhat.com
Mon Mar 1 06:48:49 UTC 2021
I think  should help you.
If you can't find anything matching your situation or can't resolve it with
any of the methods listed there, please open an issue for this at , with
the following information.
- volume info, volume status, heal info and shd logs from node-1 & arbiter.
- Output of "getfattr -d -e hex -m. <path-to-file-on-brick>" of a few
entries from all the bricks which are listed in the heal info output.
On Mon, Mar 1, 2021 at 8:12 AM Ben <gravyfish at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm having a problem where once one of my volumes requires healing, it
> never finishes the process. I use a 3-node replica cluster (2 node +
> arbiter) as oVirt storage for virtual machines. I'm using Gluster version
> When I patch my Gluster nodes, I try to keep the system online by
> rebooting them one at a time. However, I've found that once I reboot node
> 2, when it comes back up, self-heal will begin on both node 1 and the
> arbiter and never finish. I have let it run for weeks and still have
> entries in gluster volume heal <volname> info. No heal entries are reported
> on the node that rebooted.
> I've set the volumes to the virt group (gluster volume set <volname> group
> virt) per the RHEV documentation, and the gluster nodes don't seem to be
> overly busy. I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction --
> since the volumes never heal, I'm basically running on one node. Let me
> know what additional info will be helpful for troubleshooting, and thank
> you in advance.
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