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I have created Hosted Zone with 2 IP addresses of Gluster Cluster, both IP are returned by dig. After mounting Gluster, I cannot ls mount point as it takes long time. mount shows me it's mounted, but df doesn't.

Finally, I have this: ls: cannot access /mnt/storage: Transport endpoint is not connected. But if I mount it with the one of the IP, no problem - volume contents is accessible

OS: Ubuntu 11.10

GlusterFS: 3.2.6


I have can telnet storage from client - ports are open.

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closed as too localized by Michael Hampton, Ward, mdpc, Jenny D, MadHatter May 17 '13 at 12:05

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Instead of editing your title/answer, it's appropriate to answer your own question and accept that answer. Please give more details than "There was a DNS issue." when you do. This community is for more than just the asker. – MDMarra Mar 27 '12 at 0:59

According to the OP, it was a DNS issue. He didn't provide any additional detail.

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up vote 1 down vote accepted

It was Private / Public DNS issue - misconfiguration. Resolved.

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Please "accept" this answer when you have a chance. Thank you! – Chris S May 4 '12 at 2:07

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