4.3. Cluster Entities

You can configure cluster entities using the Console.
Cluster Entities

A cluster is a collection of hosts. The Hosts tab displays all information related to the hosts in a cluster.

Table 4.3. Host Tab Properties

Field
Description
Name
The name of the host.
Hostname/IP
The name of the host/IP address.
Status
The status of the host.
Cluster Logical Networks Entities

Logical networks enable hosts to communicate with other hosts, and for the Console to communicate with cluster entities. You must define logical networks for each cluster.

Table 4.4. Cluster Logical Networks Tab Properties

Field
Description
Name
The name of the logical networks in a cluster.
Status
The status of the logical networks.
Role
The hierarchical permissions available to the logical network.
Description
The description of the logical networks.
Cluster Permissions Entities

Cluster permissions define which users and roles can work in a cluster, and what operations the users and roles can perform.

Table 4.5. Cluster Permissions Tab Properties

Field
Description
User
The user name of an existing user in the directory services.
Role
The role of the user. The role comprises of user, permission level and object. Roles can be default or customized roles.
Inherited Permissions
The hierarchical permissions available to the user.
Gluster Hooks

Gluster Hooks are volume lifecycle extensions. You can manage the Gluster Hooks from Red Hat Gluster Storage Console.

Table 4.6. Gluster Hooks Tab Properties

Field
Description
Name
The name of the hook.
Volume Event
Events are instances in the execution of volume commands like create, start, stop, add-brick, remove-brick, set and so on. Each of the volume commands have two instances during their execution, namely Pre and Post.
Pre and Post refers to the time just before and after the corresponding volume command has taken effect on a peer respectively.
Stage
When the event should be executed. For example, if the event is Start Volume and the Stage is Post, the hook will be executed after the start of the volume.
Status
Status of the gluster hook.
Content Type
Content type of the gluster hook.
Services

The service running on a host can be searched using the Services tab.

Table 4.7. Services Tab Properties

Field
Description
Host
The ip of the host.
Service
The name of the service.
Port
The port number of the host.
Status
The status of the host.
Process Id
The process id of the host.