5.10. Creating Distributed Dispersed Volumes
- Multiple disperse sets containing 6 bricks with redundancy level 2
- Multiple disperse sets containing 10 bricks with redundancy level 2
- Multiple disperse sets containing 11 bricks with redundancy level 3
- Multiple disperse sets containing 12 bricks with redundancy level 4
- Multiple disperse sets containing 20 bricks with redundancy level 4
gluster volume createto create different types of volumes, and
gluster volume infoto verify successful volume creation.
- A trusted storage pool has been created, as described in Section 4.1, “Adding Servers to the Trusted Storage Pool”.
- Understand how to start and stop volumes, as described in Section 5.11, “Starting Volumes”.
Figure 5.8. Illustration of a Distributed Dispersed Volume
- Run the
gluster volume createcommand to create the dispersed volume.The syntax is
# gluster volume create NEW-VOLNAME disperse-data COUNT [redundancy COUNT] [transport tcp | rdma | tcp,rdma] NEW-BRICK...The default value for transport is
tcp. Other options can be passed such as
auth.reject. See Section 11.1, “Configuring Volume Options” for a full list of parameters.
Example 5.12. Distributed Dispersed Volume with Six Storage Servers
# gluster volume create test-volume disperse-data 4 redundancy 2 transport tcp server1:/rhgs1/brick1 server2:/rhgs2/brick2 server3:/rhgs3/brick3 server4:/rhgs4/brick4 server5:/rhgs5/brick5 server6:/rhgs6/brick6 server1:/rhgs7/brick7 server2:/rhgs8/brick8 server3:/rhgs9/brick9 server4:/rhgs10/brick10 server5:/rhgs11/brick11 server6:/rhgs12/brick12 Creation of test-volume has been successful Please start the volume to access data.The above example is illustrated in Figure 5.7, “Illustration of a Dispersed Volume” . In the illustration and example, you are creating 12 bricks from 6 servers.
# gluster volume start VOLNAMEto start the volume.
# gluster volume start test-volume Starting test-volume has been successful
open-behindvolume option is enabled by default. If you are accessing the distributed dispersed volume using the SMB protocol, you must disable the
open-behindvolume option to avoid performance bottleneck on large file workload. Run the following command to disable
# gluster volume set VOLNAME open-behind offFor information on
open-behindvolume option, see Section 11.1, “Configuring Volume Options”
gluster volume infocommand to optionally display the volume information.