[sheepdog-users] What can I do with my .stale objects ?
walid.moghrabi at lezard-visuel.com
Thu Jan 15 11:43:32 CET 2015
Well, yes, I used snapshots and ProxMox use snapshots too when backuping VMs but these snapshots are released once process is finisehd so why would it remains uncleared data ?
If I understand well, your recommendations in order to clear up the whole cluster is to backup my VDIs then clear data en re-import ... that's what I was thinking ... just hopped there would have been a clever and faster way to clean things.
Well, I'll do that when I can.
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De: "Valerio Pachera" <sirio81 at gmail.com>
À: "Lista sheepdog user" <sheepdog-users at lists.wpkg.org>
Envoyé: Mercredi 14 Janvier 2015 10:57:12
Objet: Re: [sheepdog-users] What can I do with my .stale objects ?
2015-01-13 15:49 GMT+01:00 Walid Moghrabi <walid.moghrabi at lezard-visuel.com>:
> But, as you can see, node info is telling me that my cluster is nearly full
> (94%) where it should be around 30% used ... why ??
Were you using snapshots in the past? Or is proxmox using snapshot for
backups or something else?
> so far, seems to be stable but now, what can I do ?
You may try this:
- export a single vdi so you have a backup
- delete this vdi
- check if there are still objects in the cluster with its id 
- if there are not, then import the backup
- repeat the procedure for each vdi when you have time
as an example, vdi vm-1040-disk-1 has the id 1c693b
dog vdi delete vdi vm-1040-disk-1
find /your/object/folder -name "*1c693b*"
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