CentOS 5.5 glusterfs "Transport endpoint is not connected"

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  1. marcap

    marcap New Member

    Dear Community,

    Still have trouble with glusterfs! Wanted to replicate over two storage servers. But after I mounted the volume I get the following error:
    Code:
    "df: `/mnt': Transport endpoint is not connected"
    Also ls or other things are not working ... I have this behavior if I try to mount the fs from a third server or one of the glusterfs servers!
    Hope you can help me, I also installed the glusterfs-fuse for CentOS, fuse is also loaded:
    Code:
    [[email protected] ~]# lsmod | grep fuse
    fuse                   83057  2 
    
    ################ glusterfs.vol client configuration #############################
    volume remote1
      type protocol/client
      option transport-type tcp
      option remote-host gluster00
      option remote-subvolume brick
    end-volume
    
    volume remote2
      type protocol/client
      option transport-type tcp
      option remote-host gluster01
      option remote-subvolume brick
    end-volume
    
    volume replicate
      type cluster/replicate
      subvolumes remote1 remote2
    end-volume
    
    volume writebehind
      type performance/write-behind
      option window-size 1MB
      subvolumes replicate
    end-volume
    
    volume cache
      type performance/io-cache
      option cache-size 512MB
      subvolumes writebehind
    end-volume
    
    ################ glusterfsd.vol client configuration #############################
    volume posix
      type storage/posix
      option directory /data/export
    end-volume
    
    volume locks
      type features/locks
      subvolumes posix
    end-volume
    
    volume brick
      type performance/io-threads
      option thread-count 8
      subvolumes locks
    end-volume
    
    volume server
      type protocol/server
      option transport-type tcp
      option auth.addr.brick.allow 192.168.*
      subvolumes brick
    end-volume
    
    Thanks for your help in advance!!
     

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