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Old 11-25-2017, 12:22 PM   #1
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Question Glusterfs Add brick to replica volume


I try to build and test a system with 3 (later to expand to 5) servers using Glusterfs replica volume so all servers have the same files and if a file is added/deleted on any server that change to get applied to the other servers.

Reading the documentation and a few tutorials around i end up using something like:


I create at Server1 the replica volume using:

gluster volume create gluster-vmstore replica 2 server1:/vmstore server2:/vmstore force

Question 1 (add server3 to replica volume): Should i run at server1 (where i create the replica volume) this:

gluster peer probe server3
or run this at server3?

gluster peer probe server1

Question 2: What it will happened if server1 (where i create the replica volume) goes down?

Thank you

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