Check if the cleanup has umounted the volume bricks.If they are still mounted, you can use
a backup of the system to retrieve the definition of the gluster volumes
(/var/lib/gluster). Once you copy the volume dir, stop glusterd (this is just management
layer) on all nodes and then start them one by one. Keep in mind that nodes to sync
between each other , so restarting the nodes 1 by 1 is useless.
You can also try to create the volume (keep the name) on the sane bricks via the force
flag and just hope it will have the data in the bricks (never done that).
Best Regards,Strahil Nikolov
I have a 3x node ovirt 4.4.6 cluster in HC setup.
Today I was intending to extend the data and vmstore volume adding another brick each;
then by accident I pressed the "cleanup" button. Basically it looks that the
volume were deleted.
I am wondering whether there is a process of trying to recover these volumes and therefore
all VMs (including the Hosted-Engine).
LV VG Attr LSize Pool
Origin Data% Meta% Move Log Cpy%Sync Convert
gluster_lv_data gluster_vg_sda4 Vwi---t--- 500.00g
gluster_lv_data-brick1 gluster_vg_sda4 Vwi-aot--- 500.00g
gluster_lv_engine gluster_vg_sda4 -wi-a----- 100.00g
gluster_lv_vmstore gluster_vg_sda4 Vwi---t--- 500.00g
gluster_lv_vmstore-brick1 gluster_vg_sda4 Vwi-aot--- 500.00g
gluster_thinpool_gluster_vg_sda4 gluster_vg_sda4 twi-aot--- <7.07t
I would appreciate any advice.
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