|Assignee:||Ruben S. Montero||% Done:|
|Target version:||Release 3.2|
|Affected Versions:||OpenNebula 3.2|
Locking /var/lib/one with fsrc locks all subdirectories as well
This makes the /var/lib/one/images problematic to be shared
It looks that problem lays in the fsrc's 'check_restricted' function that only checks if the RESTRICTED or SAFE directory string is contained in the 'directory' string, instead of compare them exactly.
So if /var/lib/one is restricted /var/lib/one/images is also restricted because it contains '/var/lib/one'
Perhaps somebody who has more experience than me could check and rewrite it?
#2 Updated by Grzegorz Koslacz about 8 years ago
Well... you are right. It works.
The reason was I had in fs.conf
semicolon instead of space separated...
I'm very sorry - just have my mind mixed after hours of learning to use glusterfs in OpenNebula that has this exceptional possibility. Therefore it will become a HA cluster.