I have a three node HCI gluster which was previously running 4.2 with zero
problems. I just upgraded it yesterday. I ran in to a few bugs right away
with the upgrade process, but aside from that I also discovered other users
with severe GlusterFS problems since the upgrade to new GlusterFS version.
It is less than 24 hours since I upgrade my cluster and I just got a notice
that one of my GlusterFS bricks is offline. There does appear to be a very
real and serious issue here with the latest updates.
On Wed, Feb 13, 2019 at 7:26 PM <dscott(a)umbctraining.com> wrote:
I'm abandoning my production ovirt cluster due to instability.
I have a
7 host cluster running about 300 vms and have been for over a year. It has
become unstable over the past three days. I have random hosts both,
compute and storage disconnecting. AND many vms disconnecting and becoming
7 host are 4 compute hosts running Ovirt 4.2.8 and three glusterfs hosts
running 3.12.5. I submitted a bugzilla bug and they immediately assigned
it to the storage people but have not responded with any meaningful
information. I have submitted several logs.
I have found some discussion on problems with instability with gluster
3.12.5. I would be willing to upgrade my gluster to a more stable version
if that's the culprit. I installed gluster using the ovirt gui and this is
the version the ovirt gui installed.
Is there an ovirt health monitor available? Where should I be looking to
get a resolution the problems I'm facing.
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