I think it would be ideal to vet this process with your Red Hat support
channel. It is difficult to provide authoritative advice on any downstream
product based on upstream GlusterFS in this forum.
On Tue, Jul 10, 2018 at 10:42 PM Colin Coe <colin....@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> I did some basic testing and did a Gluster to RHGS using
> Built three new VMs (devfil01, devfil02, devfil03) and installed community
> gluster version 3.8.7. using devfil01, added all three nodes to the pool -
> peer probe devfil02 - peer probe devfil03 Created a volume matching the
> basic setup of production - gluster volume create testvol replica 3 arbiter
> 1 devfil01:/bricks/brick1/brick devfil02:/bricks/brick1/brick
> devfil03:/bricks/brick1/brick On devfil03 (arbiter first) - systemctl stop
> glusterd - pkill glusterfs - yum erase $(rpm -qa | grep glusterfs) -
> rhn-channel -r -c el-x86_64-glusterfs-7 # community gluster - rhn-channel
> -a -c rhn-channel -a -c rhel-x86_64-server-7-rh-gluster-3 -c
> rhel-x86_64-server-7-rh-gluster-3-nfs -c
> rhel-x86_64-server-7-rh-gluster-3-samba - yum install glusterfs-server -y -
> systemctl restart glusterd Repeat for devfil02 Repeat for devfil01
> Any thoughts on this process? Anything I'm missing or could do a better
> On Wed, Jul 4, 2018 at 8:11 AM Colin Coe <colin....@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all
>> We've been running community supported gluster for a few years and now
>> we've bought support subscriptions for RHGS.
>> We currently have a 3 node system (2 replicas plus quorum) in production
>> hosting several volumes with a TB or so of data.
>> I've logged a support ticket requesting the best path forward to
>> migrating from the community version to the RH supported version and was
>> told to re-install. Obviously I'd rather not do that as it will be very
>> Is there a way to migrate from gluster to RHGS without re-installing?
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