Fog Replication Error
I am keep getting below error. Not sure if it is good or bad:
[10-09-17 9:51:58 pm] | CMD:
lftp -e ‘set xfer:log 1; set xfer:log-file “/opt/fog/log/fogreplicator…transfer.NJED45.log”;set ftp:li
st-options -a;set net:max-retries 10;set net:timeout 30; mirror -c -r -R --ignore-time -vvv --exclude “.srvprivate” “/images/d
ev/postinitscripts” “/images/dev/postinitscripts”; exit’ -u fog,[Protected] 192.168.134.230
@george1421 it looks like replication activity has stopped as I don’t see any movement on the graph. I have another imaging to do next week. I will try to stopping it to test your theory.
@msi Replication management happens on the master node. Also realize that replication manager continues to poll remote storage nodes to see if anything has changed. This is done by quickly creating a md5 hash of a bit of the file to create a fingerprint that is compared against the master node’s copy.
It would be interesting to see if you stopped the replicator service, if the network bandwidth pattern you posted changes over time.
@msi how many fog clients on your network?
Also understand that a GbE network has a theoretical max of 125Mb/s. Six Mb/s is almost background noise.
@george1421 hi !
Check this in node or master?
@sebastian-roth Because I am seeing below graph even after replication
@msi Why do you think this is an error? This message in the logs looks perfectly fine to me! Just tells you what it does.
I’m not seeing the error in that post.
I would inspect this file
/opt/fog/log/fogreplicator…transfer.NJED45.logto see if there is anything wrong with the specific replication element. This log entry (posted above) just says that fog is in the process of replicating the