11.3.3. Displaying Geo-replication Status Information

You can display status information about a specific geo-replication master session, or a particular master-slave session, or all geo-replication sessions, as needed.
To display geo-replication status information
  • Display information of all geo-replication sessions using the following command:
    # gluster volume geo-replication Volume1 example.com:/data/remote_dir status
    
    MASTER  SLAVE                              STATUS
    ______  ______________________________     ____________
    Volume1 root@example.com:/data/remote_dir  Starting....
  • Display information of a particular master slave session using the following command:
    # gluster volume geo-replication MASTER SLAVE status
    For example, to display information of Volume1 and example.com:/data/remote_dir
    # gluster volume geo-replication Volume1 example.com:/data/remote_dir status
    The status of the geo-replication between Volume1 and example.com:/data/remote_dir is displayed.
  • Display information of all geo-replication sessions belonging to a master
    # gluster volume geo-replication MASTER status
    For example, to display information of Volume1
    # gluster volume geo-replication Volume1 example.com:/data/remote_dir status
    
    MASTER    SLAVE                            STATUS
    ______    ______________________________   ____________
    Volume1 ssh://example.com:gluster://127.0.0.1:remove_volume  OK
    
    Volume1 ssh://example.com:file:///data/remote_dir  OK
    The status of a session could be one of the following four:
  • Starting: This is the initial phase of the Geo-replication session; it remains in this state for a minute, to make sure no abnormalities are present.
  • OK: The geo-replication session is in a stable state.
  • Faulty: The geo-replication session has witnessed some abnormality and the situation has to be investigated further. For further information, see Section 11.7, “Troubleshooting Geo-replication ” section.
  • Corrupt: The monitor thread which is monitoring the geo-replication session has died. This situation should not occur normally, if it persists contact Red Hat Support www.redhat.com/support/.