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2018 May 15
2
New 3.12.7 possible split-brain on replica 3
Thank you Ravi for your fast answer. As requested you will find below the "stat" and "getfattr" of one of the files and its parent directory from all three nodes of my cluster. NODE 1: File: ?/data/myvolume-private/brick/dir1/dir2/dir3/dir4/dir5/dir6/dir7/dir8/dir9/dir10/OC_DEFAULT_MODULE/filename.shareKey? Size:
2018 May 17
0
New 3.12.7 possible split-brain on replica 3
Hi mabi, Some questions: -Did you by any chance change the cluster.quorum-type option from the default values? -Is filename.shareKey supposed to be any empty file? Looks like the file was fallocated with the keep-size option but never written to. (On the 2 data bricks, stat output shows Size =0, but non zero Blocks and yet a 'regular empty file'). -Do you have some sort of a
2007 Dec 09
3
OT: Rsync question
Hello All, I have an off topic question about rsync and was wondering if i can get some kind person help with it. I have two servers with each server have three same directories on them /dir1/ /dir2/ /dir3/ . How would i achieve this by using rsync? I have tried rsync -avrt --delete server_ip:/dir1/ /dir2/ /dir3/ /dir1/ /dir2/
2018 May 17
2
New 3.12.7 possible split-brain on replica 3
Hi Ravi, Please fine below the answers to your questions 1) I have never touched the cluster.quorum-type option. Currently it is set as following for this volume: Option Value ------ ----- cluster.quorum-type none 2) The .shareKey
2018 May 23
0
New 3.12.7 possible split-brain on replica 3
Hello, I just wanted to ask if you had time to look into this bug I am encountering and if there is anything else I can do? For now in order to get rid of these 3 unsynched files shall I do the same method that was suggested to me in this thread? Thanks, Mabi ? ??????? Original Message ??????? On May 17, 2018 11:07 PM, mabi <mabi at protonmail.ch> wrote: > ?? > > Hi Ravi,
2018 May 23
1
New 3.12.7 possible split-brain on replica 3
On 05/23/2018 12:47 PM, mabi wrote: > Hello, > > I just wanted to ask if you had time to look into this bug I am encountering and if there is anything else I can do? > > For now in order to get rid of these 3 unsynched files shall I do the same method that was suggested to me in this thread? Sorry Mabi,? I haven't had a chance to dig deeper into this. The workaround of
2005 Dec 20
4
rsync deleting symbolic link unexpectedly
I''m running 2.6.6 on a red hat EL3 system. using the following command, rsync -rlptDvzL --stats --include=a/ --include=a/dir/ --include=a/dir/symlink/ --include=a/dir/symlink/dir2/ --include=a/dir/symlink/dir2/dir3/ --exclude=''**'' /export/stuff remote::stuff I expect the "symlink" (which
2018 Apr 09
0
New 3.12.7 possible split-brain on replica 3
On 04/09/2018 05:09 PM, mabi wrote: > Thanks Ravi for your answer. > > Stupid question but how do I delete the trusted.afr xattrs on this brick? > > And when you say "this brick", do you mean the brick on the arbitrer node (node 3 in my case)? Sorry I should have been clearer. Yes the brick on the 3rd node. `setfattr -x trusted.afr.myvol-private-client-0
2018 Apr 09
2
New 3.12.7 possible split-brain on replica 3
Again thanks that worked and I have now no more unsynched files. You mentioned that this bug has been fixed in 3.13, would it be possible to backport it to 3.12? I am asking because 3.13 is not a long-term release and as such I would not like to have to upgrade to 3.13. ??????? Original Message ??????? On April 9, 2018 1:46 PM, Ravishankar N <ravishankar at redhat.com> wrote: > ??
2018 Apr 09
2
New 3.12.7 possible split-brain on replica 3
Thanks Ravi for your answer. Stupid question but how do I delete the trusted.afr xattrs on this brick? And when you say "this brick", do you mean the brick on the arbitrer node (node 3 in my case)? ?? ??????? Original Message ??????? On April 9, 2018 1:24 PM, Ravishankar N <ravishankar at redhat.com> wrote: > ?? > > On 04/09/2018 04:36 PM, mabi wrote: >
2011 Jun 06
2
Write-behind breaks Mercurial
Hi all It seems Mercurial doesn''t work with "write behind" on. Any ideas? With write-behind -- root at dj1:~/mnt# gluster volume set conf performance.write-behind on Set volume successful root at dj1:~/mnt# hg clone http://projects.unbit.it/hg/uwsgi destination directory: uwsgi requesting all changes adding changesets transaction abort! rollback
2018 Apr 09
2
New 3.12.7 possible split-brain on replica 3
As I was suggested in the past by this mailing list a now ran a stat and getfattr on one of the problematic files on all nodes and at the end a stat on the fuse mount directly. The output is below: NODE1: STAT: File:
2018 Apr 09
0
New 3.12.7 possible split-brain on replica 3
On 04/09/2018 04:36 PM, mabi wrote: > As I was suggested in the past by this mailing list a now ran a stat and getfattr on one of the problematic files on all nodes and at the end a stat on the fuse mount directly. The output is below: > > NODE1: > > STAT: > File:
2005 Mar 31
1
exclude_dir option for VFS recycle module
Hello all, I am testing the VFS recycle module, and have a question. The module is working the way I hoped with the exception of the exclude_dir option. I have an entry like: exclude_dir = dir1 -- files I place in dir1 are not sent to the recycle location. However, if I have a folder beneath dir1 like dir1/dir2, files in dir2 get sent to the recycle location. I've tried using wildcards
2011 Mar 15
4
tar exclude question
Hi List, hope this is not too offtopic, but this bothers me and my backup. My backups are tar jobs in cron, eg: 20 23 * * * tar -zcf /mnt/backupInternalHosts/backup/backup.tar.gz /etc /root /home && touch /tmp/state_backup-backup This always sends me an unwanted email with: tar: Removing leading `/' from member names I consider this a
2013 Dec 04
1
Query on make
Greetings, I have created several scripts which needs to be packaged. I have done my groundwork on rpmbuild Let us say I have 4 directories with scripts in them dir1, dir2, dir3 and dir4 I want to create different packages which will contain the compiled code (err.. shc) pack1: dir1,dir2 pack2: dir1,dir3 pack3: dir1,dir3 I want the resulting rpm packages will be residing elsewhere (perhaps
2010 Jan 08
1
Directory operations
Dear all, I have this directory structure : Dir1 Dir2 Dir3 Dir4 ......................... A.xml D.xml G.xml B.xml E.xml H.xml C.xml F.xml I.xml Within each of these directories (Dir1, Dir2 etc) there are a num of xml files (A.xml, B.xml etc). What I want to do is to enter into the first directory read all the xml files do certain operations
2011 Jan 17
4
DO NOT REPLY [Bug 7922] New: rsync not using delta blocking when the source file different to partial file.
https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7922 Summary: rsync not using delta blocking when the source file different to partial file. Product: rsync Version: 3.0.7 Platform: x86 OS/Version: Linux Status: NEW Severity: normal Priority: P3 Component: core
2018 Apr 09
0
New 3.12.7 possible split-brain on replica 3
Here would be also the corresponding log entries on a gluster node brick log file: [2018-04-09 06:58:47.363536] W [MSGID: 113093] [posix-gfid-path.c:84:posix_remove_gfid2path_xattr] 0-myvol-private-posix: removing gfid2path xattr failed on /data/myvol-private/brick/.glusterfs/12/67/126759f6-8364-453c-9a9c-d9ed39198b7a: key = trusted.gfid2path.2529bb66b56be110 [No data
2012 Sep 13
1
After a 'virsh blockpull', 'virsh snapshot-list --tree' o/p does not reflect reality
Hi (Eric?), A couple of questions while using the 'virsh blockpull' Summary: 1] Created snapshots this way: base<-snap1<-snap2<-snap3 (online, external snapshot --disk-only) 2] I did a 'virsh blockpull' from snap2 into snap3 3] Next, did another 'virsh blockpull' from snap1 into snap3 - Here, 'qemu-img info /path/to/snap3' shows its