GlusterFS 3.7.20

GlusterFS 3.7.20 released GlusterFS-3.7.20 has been released. This is regular bug fix release for GlusterFS-3.7, and is currently the last planned release of GlusterFS-3.7. GlusterFS-3.10 is expected next month, and GlusterFS-3.7 enters EOL once it is released. The community will be notified of any changes to the EOL schedule. The release-notes for GlusterFS-3.7.20 can be read here. The release tarball and community provided packages can obtained from download.gluster.org. The CentOS Storage SIG packages have been built and should be available soon from the centos-gluster37 repository.

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GlusterFS 3.7.19

GlusterFS 3.7.19 released GlusterFS 3.7.19 is a regular bug fix release for GlusterFS-3.7. The release-notes for this release can be read here. The release tarball and community provided packages can obtained from download.gluster.org. The CentOS Storage SIG packages have been built and should be available soon from the centos-gluster37 repository. A reminder to everyone, GlusterFS-3.7 is scheduled to be EOLed with the release of GlusterFS-3.10, which should happen sometime in February 2017.

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GlusterFS 3.7.18

GlusterFS 3.7.18 released (finally) GlusterFS 3.7.18 has been released, about a week late. This is a regular scheduled release for GlusterFS-3.7 and includes 13 bug fixes since 3.7.17. The release-notes can be read here. The tarball can be downloaded from download.gluster.org. The CentOS Storage SIG packages have been built and should be available in the centos-gluster37 release repository. Packages for other distros are available from download.gluster.org. See the READMEs in the respective subdirs at download.

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Volgen-2.0

Designing and prototyping volgen for GD2 I’ve recently begun working on volgen for GD2. This post gives an overview of what I’ve been doing till now. Some background first One of the requirements for GD2 is to make it easier to modify the volume graphs, in particular make it easier to add new translators into the volume graph. GlusterD right now has hardcoded graph topologies in its code. This makes it very hard to begin modify graphs.

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GlusterFS 3.7.16

GlusterFS 3.7.16 released (very very late) GlusterFS 3.7.16 has been finally released, over 2 weeks late. The late release was due to a combination of the Gluster summit and me falling sick. This is a regular scheduled release for GlusterFS-3.7 and includes 20 bug fixes since 3.7.15. The release-notes can be read here. The tarball can be downloaded from download.gluster.org. The CentOS Storage SIG packages have been built and are available in the centos-gluster37-test repository.

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GlusterFS 3.7.15

GlusterFS 3.7.15 released GlusterFS 3.7.15 has been released. This is a regular scheduled release for GlusterFS-3.7 and includes 38 bug fixes since 3.7.14. The release-notes can be read here. Downloads The tarball can be downloaded from download.gluster.org. Packages Binary packages have been built are in the process of being made available as updates. The CentOS Storage SIG packages have been built and will become available in the centos-gluster37-test repository (from the centos-release-gluster37 package) shortly.

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GlusterFS 3.7.14

GlusterFS 3.7.14 released GlusterFS 3.7.14 has been released. This is a regular scheduled release for GlusterFS-3.7 and includes 26 bug fixes since 3.7.13. The release-notes can be read here. Downloads The tarball can be downloaded from download.gluster.org. Packages Binary packages have been built are in the process of being made available as updates. The CentOS Storage SIG packages have been built and will become available in the centos-gluster37-test repository (from the centos-release-gluster37 package) shortly.

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An update on this site

3 posts and nearly 2 years since I moved kshlm.in to Ghost, I moving off it. This site used to run on a free Openshift Online Node.js gear. Even though I didn’t post regularly, I’d kept Ghost updated (moved from a 0.5.x release to 0.7.x). Updating was a manual effort, because I’d originally created the site using a template that I’d found on Github, before a community supported cartridge was available in Openshift.

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Gluster (and me) @ FOSDEM'16

My first FOSDEM, and it was awesome. I got to meet a lot of GlusterFS users and understood a lot about how they use GlusterFS. And I also got to meet and hear Gophers at the Go Devroom. Thank you Red Hat for sponsoring my trip here. Gluster @ FOSDEM’16 I was part of the Gluster team at FOSDEM, and hosted a Gluster stand for 2 days along with Humble (@hchiramm) and Amye (@amye).

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