[sheepdog-users] What is the correct way of restoring sheep cluster.
linbaiye at gmail.com
Thu Sep 13 11:46:32 CEST 2012
Thanks for your help.I now wonder how to simulate a node goes down.Does
kill -9 work?
2012/9/13 Liu Yuan <namei.unix at gmail.com>
> On 09/13/2012 11:49 AM, Tao Lin wrote:
> > �I'm new� to sheepdog, and I deployed a sheepdog cluster with 3 nodes,
> > using zookeeper.So far, everything seems work well,I'm now looking for
> > the correct way of restoring cluster if a certain node goes down.Is it
> > just like starting a new node? e.g. sheep -d /media/store4sheep -c
> > zookeeper:192.168.99.1.
> Yes, you can simply hot plug in the failed node back by starting sheep
> daemon. Nothing else you need to do. Data will be automatically
> re-balanced and recovered.
> You can easily scale out the cluster by hot plug in more nodes by
> starting sheep daemon on the new nodes. You can hot unplug the nodes
> safely by collie if you want to shrink the storage.
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