This is still a big problem. On 3.2.2 the file gets zeroed, in 3.2.3-1
the mountpoint crashes. This is from Centos an RHEL 5.6, from Debian
5.0.8 the file gets zeroed in 3.2.3-1.
Is there any tests from anyone who have different experience with
Fra: Emmanuel Dreyfus [mailto:manu@netb...]
Sendt: 17. september 2011 14:59
Til: Einar Gautun; gluster-devel@nong... Emne: Re: [Gluster-devel] Serious problem doing a perl operation
> perl -i -pe 's/something/somethingelse/' filename
> from a gluster mount. This command does remove the content of the
> making it 0 bytes in glusterfs v3.2.0, and in glusterfs v3.2.3 it also
> kills the client so the mountpoint have to be unmounted and mounted
FWIW it works fine with glusterfs 3.2.2 on NetBSD.