J. Pablo Fernández

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Jul
17
comment GlusterFS failing to mount at boot with Ubuntu 14.04
@totti, I cannot pull the network cable on a VPS. The IP using to mount is statically assign and the host is matched to that IP in /etc/hosts.
Jul
14
comment GlusterFS is failing to mount on boot
Just for the record, I tried this: start on (started glusterfs-server and mounting TYPE=glusterfs) and some variations but I couldn't get it to work yet.
Jul
14
comment GlusterFS is failing to mount on boot
Someone posted a potential solution for the wrong-event issue, but the solution doesn't seem to be enough.
Jul
11
comment GlusterFS failing to mount at boot with Ubuntu 14.04
This is not working for me. There's no FAILs during the bootup process but no volumes are mounted. Can you please show me your fstab to see whether I'm doing something wrong?
Jul
10
comment How to prevent a service from starting until a volume is mounted?
I already have start on filesystem, but the service is started even when my GlusterFS volumes are not mounted. I think it doesn't include all filesystems.
Jul
10
comment GlusterFS is failing to mount on boot
It seems in Ubuntu 14.04 it doesn't work either: serverfault.com/questions/611462/…
Jun
20
comment GlusterFS is failing to mount on boot
What happened to our long discussion thread here? And how do you defer the volume mount? As I show in the question, I tried that unsuccessfully.
Jun
19
comment GlusterFS is failing to mount on boot
I didn't but on top of that cron-apt keeps my packages updated as well as puppet. I'm running 3.5 glusterfs-client.
Jun
4
comment Why would chmod give “No such file or directory” when running recursively?
@LatinSuD would you like to add that as an answer. I think the bug hits whether you are removing or adding attributes, if chmod has to stats the file. I'll edit the question with my workaround, but I think you deserve the credit.
May
26
comment What are the advantages of using dedicated server software over framework built-in servers?
Does this answer the question or would you like me to go into more details? Feel free to ask and I'll try to elaborate more.
May
19
comment How can a 10GB VirutalBox file system store 11GB of data?
Ah... right... I was going to use /dev/random and I forgot to change it. Thanks Shane.
May
19
comment How can a 10GB VirutalBox file system store 11GB of data?
This is how I created each file: dd if=/dev/zero of=#{name} bs=1 count=0 seek=100K
May
19
comment GlusterFS fails to mount on boot but mounts later in Ubuntu 12.04
The entries are actually in /etc/hosts, but also, _netdev should cause this entry to not mount until network is up and running.
Aug
27
comment How do I block an email address in Postfix?
@DanilaLadner yes.
Aug
27
comment How do I block an email address in Postfix?
@DanilaLadner it's an external email address, a sender that is not me.
Jun
24
comment Why isn't my upstart service listed in service --status-all
Thanks. I find it terrible odd that service blah start would start blah, and service --status-all wouldn't show its status. Oh well.
Feb
28
comment How do you *tag* a partition as ext4?
For the record, just adding extents caused the partition to be recognized as ext4 at boot time. Enabling uninit_bg made it recognizable as ext4 by mount, but at boot time it would try to mount it as ext3 and failed. I'm not sure if this is true for every machine out there.
Feb
27
comment If I upgrade an ext3 fs to ext4, will it automatically increase the maximum amount of directories per directory?
I am considering this option. The problem is that it's a huge amount of files and before we process them we'll have to re-sync. I'm not sure how the re-syncing process will work with symlinks and how the processing software will work with it (we have some control over that).
Feb
27
comment If I upgrade an ext3 fs to ext4, will it automatically increase the maximum amount of directories per directory?
@poige apparently it doesn't happen automamagically, but does it happen when creating a new dir? when enabling new features? That information is not in the question and answer you linked to.
Feb
27
comment If I upgrade an ext3 fs to ext4, will it automatically increase the maximum amount of directories per directory?
The subdir limit has nothing to do with inodes. As you say, it's hardcoded in the driver and the ext4 has a different hardcoded limit. I'm not sure if switching to extent is required to have the bigger limit or not, hence this question. I understand you can switch to extent and/or new directories/files use extent. This is something I'm trying to test.