David reported this problem when using GPFS
I am pretty sure I have this fixed now but I would like a sample output file of the GPFS disks.
This will include a snapshot of the /proc/diskstats
Also useful would be the output when the GPFS disks are online from
cat /proc/diskstats >before
cat /proc/diskstats > after
and a copy of the disk-groups file you are using.
Hi, we've got machines running glusterfs and I'm not sure how to refer to them when putting together diskgroups.
Here's a snipped of df -h:
/dev/sdar3 1.4T 1.4T 23G 99% /disk45
/dev/sdau3 1.4T 1.4T 22G 99% /disk48
/dev/md1 239G 33G 206G 14% /srv2
/dev/sdav3 1.4T 57G 1.3T 5% /disk1
/dev/md0 60G 34G 27G 57% /fast
/dev/md1 239G 33G 206G 14% /dns
glusterfs 49T 48T 996G 98% /mnt/origin1
glusterfs 49T 48T 281G 100% /mnt/origin2
glusterfs 50T 49T 1.8T 97% /mnt/origin3
As you can see, it's just referred to as "glusterfs".
When I tried either of these:
glusterfs2 origin1 origin2 origin3
…it said there were 0 disks in either group.
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