Updated heketi packages that fix several bugs and add various enhancements arenow available for Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1.
Heketi provides a RESTful management interface which can be used to manage thelife cycle of GlusterFS volumes. With Heketi, cloud services like OpenStackManila, Kubernetes, and OpenShift can dynamically provision GlusterFS volumeswith any of the supported durability types. Heketi will automatically determinethe location for bricks across the cluster, making sure to place bricks and itsreplicas across different failure domains. Heketi also supports any number ofGlusterFS clusters, allowing cloud services to provide network file storagewithout being limited to a single GlusterFS cluster.Red Hat recommends that all users upgrade to these updated packages, which fixseveral bugs and add various enhancements.
Before applying this update, make sure all previously released erratarelevant to your system have been applied.For details on how to apply this update, refer to:https://access.redhat.com/articles/11258
Red Hat Gluster Storage Server 3.1 on RHEL-7
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Bugs fixed (see bugzilla for more information)
1272032 – Cluster is created even when devices are unavailable1289108 – Heketi deletes volumes with snapshots1306910 – heketi: Prebuilt executable detected in SRPM1306916 – heketi: No man page for /etc/init.d/heketi1309620 – heketi: ELF Binary/Library Stripping1322732 – [Scale] heketi-cli: Volume creation failed with error “metadata too large for circular buffer”1337845 – Output of ‘#heketi-cli volume list’ is currently missing the mapping between the Volume name and Volume ID1337852 – RFE: Rename “Id:” in # heketi-cli volume info <Id> output to “Volume Id:”1339527 – Heketi-cli: Error handling1341943 – Database needs to be placed in a reliable persistent storage in case of failure.1342973 – Typo in Error message1344239 – Volume deletion: Validate if gluster node is down1347041 – Use node name instead of node label1347693 – /run needs to be installed on emptyDir not on hostDir1348136 – Templates: Failed to deploy RHGS pods1349994 – Heketi build must match OSE 3.2 dependencies1350625 – heketi-cli topology command quits when error is found without informing the user the reason1350670 – Secrete create by deploy-heketi should be deleted1351480 – Provide sample endpoint and service files for Aplo1351675 – Heketi allows to delete heketidbstorage volume without any warning1353497 – heketi-cli volume delete fails with “sudo: sorry, you must have a tty to run sudo”1354342 – heketi db messed up when using volume expand option1357357 – Data loss after RHGS node reboot1357560 – Heketi-cli need to create PVs using Retain policy, not Recycle policy1357604 – Reduce the max number of brick set to 32
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