[Gluster-users] Unexpected behaviour during replication heal

Anand Avati anand.avati at gmail.com
Wed Jun 29 04:03:49 PDT 2011


This looks like the stale lock situation I described earlier in this thread.
the 30 mins is the frame timeout after which the lock request is aborted. We
will try to reproduce this issue and keep you posted.

Avati

On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 4:23 PM, Darren Austin <darren-lists at widgit.com>wrote:

> Interesting development....
>
> I must have left the dd process which had hard locked for just under 30
> minutes in my previous tests - I've just tested it again and waited a longer
> time for things to fix themselves...
>
> After exactly 30 minutes since the last write to the file on the cluster,
> the process starts being able to write data again.
> The previously disconnected server suddenly syncs it's partial file up to
> the point that the second server has, and the client begins throwing data to
> both servers again.
>
> So.... where is this 30 minute timeout coming from?  My glusterd.vol file
> has a keepalive-time of 10, and a keepalive-interval of 2 - are there any
> other settings I can change to reduce the delay in the client being able to
> talk to the servers again?
>
> If there are no settings that effect that delay, is this still a bug that
> needs to be investigated?
>
> Cheers,
> Darren.
>
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