On 2/19/2018 12:09 PM, Kaleb S. KEITHLEY wrote:
Sounds good and no problem at all. Will look out for this update in the
future. In the meantime, three's a few things I'll try including your
Was looking for a sense of direction with the projects and now you've
given that. Ty. Appreciated!
On 02/19/2018 11:37 AM, TomK wrote:
On 2/19/2018 10:55 AM, Kaleb S. KEITHLEY wrote:
Yep, I noticed a couple of pages including this for 'storhaug
configuration' off google. Adding 'mailing list' to the search didn't
Hence the ask here. storhaug feels like it's not moving with any sort
of update now.
Any plans to move back to the previous NFS Ganesha HA model with
upcoming GlusterFS versions as a result?
(re)writing or finishing storhaug has been on my plate ever since the
guy who was supposed to do it didn't.
I have lots of other stuff to do too. All I can say is it'll get done
when it gets done.
In the meantime I'll look to cobble up the GlusterFS 3.10 packages and
try with those per your suggestion.
What's your thoughts on using HAPROXY / keepalived w/ NFS Ganesha and
GlusterFS? Anyone tried this sort of combination? I want to avoid the
situation where I have to remount clients as a result of a node failing.
In other words, avoid this situation:
[root@yes01 ~]# cd /n
-bash: cd: /n: Stale file handle
On 02/19/2018 10:24 AM, TomK wrote:
On 2/19/2018 2:39 AM, TomK wrote:
+ gluster users as well. Just read another post on the mailing lists
about a similar ask from Nov which didn't really have a clear answer.
That's funny because I've answered questions like this several times.
Gluster+Ganesha+Pacemaker-based HA is available up to GlusterFS 3.10.x.
If you need HA, that is one "out of the box" option.
There's support for using CTDB in Samba for Ganesha HA, and people have
used it successfully with Gluster+Ganesha.
Perhaps there's a way to get NFSv4 work with GlusterFS without NFS
Not that I'm aware of.
I've setup GlusterFS on two virtuals and enabled NFS Ganesha on each
node. ATM the configs are identical between the two NFS Ganesha
hosts. (Probably shouldn't be but I'm just testing things out.)
I need HA capability and notice these instructions here:
However I don't have package glusterfs-ganesha available on this
CentOS Linux release 7.4.1708 (Core) and the maintainer's of CentOS 7
haven't uploaded some of the 2.5.x packages yet so I can't use that
The only high availability packages are the following but they don't
come with any instructions that I can find:
storhaug.noarch : High-Availability Add-on for NFS-Ganesha and Samba
storhaug-nfs.noarch : storhaug NFS-Ganesha module
Given that I'm missing that one package above, will configuring using
ganesha-ha.conf still work? Or should I be looking at another option
Appreciate any help. Ty!
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