I have had a lot of problems with gluster in my HCO environment, so was already leanings
towards a storage migration at some point this year. My own plan is to use 2x Synology NAS
SA3400 devices and put them into a HA pair that then exposes the storage as NFS (or
whatever else I want it exposed as).
I was planning on this migration before I saw the notes about Gluster support being
officially dropped, and I would be happy to provide more insight to the list on how that
progresses. I have a lot of experience with Synology, and they are a low-cost option for
highly available storage.
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On Saturday, February 5th, 2022 at 10:43 AM, Patrick Hibbs <hibbsncc1701(a)gmail.com>
Wait a minute.
Use of GlusterFS as a storage backend is now deperecated and will be
removed in a future update?
What are those who's deployments have GlusterFS as their storage
backend supposed to use as a replacement?
I'm feeling vibes of the SPICE deprecation all over again.....
but moving all of the VM storage data isn't a quick process, and I don't want to
move it to something else that will also be depercated by a future RH whim....
On Fri, 2022-02-04 at 08:42 +0100, Sandro Bonazzola wrote:
> Il giorno ven 4 feb 2022 alle ore 08:19 Strahil Nikolov
<hunter86_bg(a)yahoo.com> ha scritto:
> > Hi Sandro,
> > It seems that with
all refference to Gluster & Hyperconverged is removed from the website.
> > Can you clarify the situation with Hyperconverged
> Hi, the Gluster & Hyperconverged deployment moved outside
the documentation section on the
as it's outdated and
unmaintained.GlusterFS is being deprecated for usage on storage
domains: Bug 2016359 - Deprecate usage of GlusterFS for Storage DomainsAnd the
hyperconverged solution for oVirt is based on GlusterFS, so it's being deprecated as
> > Best Regards,Strahil Nikolov
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