Part II. Red Hat Storage Administration On-Premise

Table of Contents

6. Managing the glusterd Service
6.1. Starting and Stopping glusterd Manually
7. Setting up Trusted Storage Pools
7.1. Adding Servers to Trusted Storage Pool
7.2. Removing Servers from the Trusted Storage Pool
8. Setting up Red Hat Storage Volumes
8.1. Formatting and Mounting Bricks
8.2. Encrypted Disk
8.3. Creating Distributed Volumes
8.4. Creating Replicated Volumes
8.5. Creating Distributed Replicated Volumes
8.6. Creating Striped Volumes
8.7. Creating Striped Replicated Volumes
8.8. Creating Distributed Striped Volumes
8.9. Creating Distributed Striped Replicated Volumes
8.10. Starting Volumes
9. Accessing Data - Setting Up Clients
9.1. Native Client
9.1.1. Installing Native Client
9.1.2. Mounting Red Hat Storage Volumes
9.2. NFS
9.2.1. Using NFS to Mount Red Hat Storage Volumes
9.2.2. Troubleshooting NFS
9.3. SMB
9.3.1. Mounting Red Hat Storage Volumes as SMB Shares
9.4. Configuring Automated IP Failover for NFS and SMB
9.4.1. Setting Up CTDB
9.4.2. Starting and Verifying your Configuration
9.5. POSIX Access Control Lists
9.5.1. Setting POSIX ACLs
9.5.2. Retrieving POSIX ACLs
9.5.3. Removing POSIX ACLs
9.5.4. Samba and ACLs
9.5.5. NFS and ACLs
10. Managing Red Hat Storage Volumes
10.1. Tuning Volume Options
10.2. Expanding Volumes
10.3. Shrinking Volumes
10.3.1. Stopping Remove Brick Operation
10.4. Migrating Volumes
10.5. Rebalancing Volumes
10.5.1. Displaying Status of Rebalance Operation
10.5.2. Stopping Rebalance Operation
10.6. Stopping Volumes
10.7. Deleting Volumes
10.8. Triggering Self-Heal on Replicate
10.9. Configuring Server-Side Quorum
11. Managing Geo-replication
11.1. Replicated Volumes vs Geo-replication
11.2. Preparing to Deploy Geo-replication
11.2.1. Exploring Geo-replication Deployment Scenarios
11.2.2. Geo-replication Deployment Overview
11.2.3. Pre-requisite
11.2.4. Setting Up the Environment for Geo-replication
11.2.5. Setting Up the Environment for a Secure Geo-replication Slave
11.3. Starting Geo-replication
11.3.1. Starting Geo-replication
11.3.2. Verifying Successful Deployment
11.3.3. Displaying Geo-replication Status Information
11.3.4. Configuring Geo-replication
11.3.5. Stopping Geo-replication
11.4. Restoring Data from the Slave
11.5. Triggering Geo-replication Failover and Failback
11.6. Best Practices
11.7. Troubleshooting Geo-replication
11.7.1. Locating Log Files
11.7.2. Rotating Geo-replication Logs
11.7.3. Synchronization is not complete
11.7.4. Issues in Data Synchronization
11.7.5. Geo-replication status displays Faulty very often
11.7.6. Intermediate Master goes to Faulty State
11.7.7. Remote gsyncd Not Found
11.7.8. Remote gsyncd Not Found
12. Managing Directory Quota
12.1. Enabling Quota
12.2. Disabling Quota
12.3. Setting or Replacing Disk Limit
12.4. Displaying Disk Limit Information
12.5. Updating the Timeout of Size Cache
12.6. Removing Disk Limit
13. Monitoring your Red Hat Storage Workload
13.1. Running Volume Profile Command
13.1.1. Start Profiling
13.1.2. Displaying the I/O Information
13.1.3. Stop Profiling
13.2. Running Volume Top Command
13.2.1. Viewing Open File Descriptor Count and Maximum File Descriptor Count
13.2.2. Viewing Highest File Read Calls
13.2.3. Viewing Highest File Write Calls
13.2.4. Viewing Highest Open Calls on Directory
13.2.5. Viewing Highest Read Calls on Directory
13.2.6. Viewing List of Read Performance
13.2.7. Viewing List of Write Performance
13.3. Listing Volumes
13.4. Displaying Volume Information
13.5. Performing Statedump on a Volume
13.6. Displaying Volume Status
14. Managing Red Hat Storage Volume Life-Cycle Extensions
14.1. Location of Scripts
14.2. Prepackaged Scripts