You can create and configure Red Hat Gluster Storage volumes using Red Hat Virtualization Manager 3.3 or later by creating a separate cluster with the
Enable Gluster Service option enabled.
A volume is a logical collection of bricks where each brick is an export directory on a server in the trusted storage pool. Most of the management operations for Red Hat Gluster Storage happen on these volumes. You can use Red Hat Virtualization Manager to create and start new volumes featuring a single global namespace.
With the exception of the volume operations described in this section, all other Red Hat Gluster Storage functionalities must be executed from the command line.
5.1. Creating a Data Center
Select the Data Centers resource tab to list all data centers in the results list.
Click the New button to open the New Data Center window.
Figure 5.1. New Data Center Window
Description of the data center.
Shared from the drop-down menu.
Set Quota Mode as
The new data center is added to the virtualization environment. It will remain
Uninitialized until a cluster, host, and storage are configured.