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I have created a Gluster containing two servers with relocation enabled between both.

Then a gluster share is created and tried to mount from a third server. It was successful. Then created a second glustershare. And when tried to mount the share created from another server it was not mounting

Server1--->Server2 = Cluster

mount server1:/firstsharename ----> Server3 --Successful

Mount server1:/secondsharename-----> Server3/Server4 unsuccessful

Server3 and Server4 can ping to Server1 but still.

Error message while mounting second share is df: /home/ubuntu/test': Transport endpoint is not connected

var/logs/glusterfs is not having any logs also no log for Fuse is found

Installation/Configuration

Server- Create Two shares.

sudo gluster volume create gv0 hostname:/mnt/

sudo gluster volume create gv2 hostname:/mnt2/

At Client Mounting First and second share.

sudo mount -t glusterfs hostname:/gv0 /home/user/firstshare

sudo mount -t glusterfs hostname:/gv1 /home/user/secondshare

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how about some configuration information? Without the config files it is impossible top answer this questions. –  drone.ah Feb 15 '13 at 16:50
    
I installed the gluster in server and client. No config files were created manually. I ran the below commands. At Server sudo gluster volume create gv0 hostname:/mnt/ sudo gluster volume create gv2 hostname:/mnt2/ At Client sudo mount -t glusterfs hostname:/gv0 /home/user/firstshare sudo mount -t glusterfs hostname:/gv1 /home/user/secondshare Please let me know if you are referring to configs files at /etc/gluster* –  Ajo Mathew Feb 18 '13 at 5:47
    
can you edit the question to provide the above information in there. It'll be easier to read and understand. –  drone.ah Feb 18 '13 at 15:39
    
Sure.. I Have updated the question.. –  Ajo Mathew Feb 19 '13 at 5:20

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