Hi Stefan, I think there are 3 routes; 1. you can use the reset-brick command; https://docs.gluster.org/en/latest/release-notes/3.9.0/#introducing-reset-brick-command 2. copy the files, make sure the gluster processes are stopped before you start the copy, and make sure to include all included attributes. you could use rsync like; rsync -aAHXz. Do one host per replacement, and wait for the heal to complete, before moving to the next. 3. make a file system dump of the hdd's and restore it on your ssd's.
Best regards, Olaf Op di 29 mrt. 2022 om 18:38 schreef Stefan Kania <ste...@kania-online.de>: > Hi to all, > > I'm having a replicated Cluster with three nodes. At the moment Gluster > 6.x is running. I would like to upgrade to 10.x. After upgrading I would > like to change the disks from HDD to SSD. Can I just remove one of the > bricks replace the HDD with SSD, then add the brick to the volume again. > Do the step wit all three nodes. One thing, the size of the SSD is not > the same as the size of the HDD. > Or is there a better way to change disks? > > Stefan > ________ > > > > Community Meeting Calendar: > > Schedule - > Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 14:30 IST / 09:00 UTC > Bridge: https://meet.google.com/cpu-eiue-hvk > Gluster-users mailing list > Glusteremail@example.com > https://lists.gluster.org/mailman/listinfo/gluster-users >
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