I build a glusterfs cluster, and the type is the Striped Replicated Volumes with 4 servers like that:
Volume Name: test-volume Type: Striped-Replicate Volume ID: bdb596e6-a7d2-44a4-8791-1b4fdc57469c Status: Started Number of Bricks: 1 x 2 x 2 = 4 Transport-type: tcp Bricks: Brick1: 10.90.245.18:/exp1 Brick2: 10.90.245.35:/exp2 Brick3: 10.90.245.36:/exp3 Brick4: 10.90.245.37:/exp4
I mount it from a client, while upload a 100G file to test-volume. Each of the file on the server should be 50G. While I uploading the data to cluster I turn down a server of cluster. While the client complete upload file then start the server and start service glusterd. And then the gluster volume heal info like that:
root@alyrokif:/exp1# gluster volume heal test-volume info Gathering Heal info on volume test-volume has been successful Brick 10.90.245.18:/exp1 Number of entries: 0 Brick 10.90.245.35:/exp2 Number of entries: 0 Brick 10.90.245.36:/exp3 Number of entries: 0 Brick 10.90.245.37:/exp4 Number of entries: 0
and storage dir in restarted server like that:
root@xetvmcjg:/exp2# ll -h total 742M drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 4.0K Mar 28 16:37 ./ drwxr-xr-x 24 root root 4.0K Mar 27 16:30 ../ drw------- 72 root root 4.0K Mar 28 16:36 .glusterfs/ -rw-r--r-- 2 root root 50G Mar 28 16:37 testfile
There was 50G in other 3 server. But there was only 742MB on the restarted server. So how can I make this 742MB to 50G.