On 06/12/2017 09:37 PM, WK wrote:
If you need some testing done, let me know.
GlusterFS is really convenient and reliable in the small/medium HA
cluster space that Kimchi works well with.
Thanks! I keep you posted about any updated related to that. :-)
On 6/9/2017 8:33 AM, Aline Manera wrote:
> Hi Bill,
> There are a feature request open on github to make Kimchi support
> GlusterFS pool.
> It is not in the next releases plans but of course, patches are more
> than welcome.
> If I am not mistaken the subjects, I think there is someone
> interested on doing that as well. I would need to check the github
> issues to confirm that.
> Aline Manera
> On 06/06/2017 03:11 PM, WK wrote:
>> I am playing with GlusterFS on Kimchi (simple replication mount).
>> Gluster has made a lot of improvements in the past year or so with
>> the introduction of 'sharding' which dramatically speeds up the
>> re-heal 'lock' time when you lose a brick.
>> For now I am using the native mount (FUSE) and telling kimchi about
>> it using the DIR type. that works fine and is I believe how oVirt
>> supports Gluster.
>> Then I plan on using the libgfapi mount which is supported by
>> Libvirt directly.
>> Has the Kimchi client ever looked into supporting either the fuse
>> mount or libgfapi mount from the panel rather than hand doing it
>> with virsh?
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