2021/04/30 Friday - 05:12
Asianux Server 8 for x86_64

Gluster Storage is software only scale-out storage solution that
provides flexible and affordable unstructured data storage. It unifies data
storage and infrastructure, increases performance, and improves availability and
manageability to meet enterprise-level storage challenges.

This advisory fixes the following bugs:

Previously, during entry heal of a directory rename, a directory in a new
location could be created before deleting it from the old location. This leads
to two directories with the same gfid and few entries in pending heal state.
With this update, a new volume option called 'cluster.use-anonymous-inode' is
introduced which is ON by default on the newly created volumes with the
op-version being GD_OP_VERSIONS_9_0 or higher. In this setting as part of heal,
if the old location heals first and is not present in the source brick, it is
best to rename it into a hidden directory inside the sink brick so that when
heal is triggered in the new location, the self heal daemon renames it from this
hidden directory to the new location. If a new location heal is triggered first
and it detects that the directory already exists in the brick, then it should
skip healing the directory until it appears in the hidden directory. This volume
option is OFF for older volumes created with op-version lesser than
Previously, bitrot showed healthy files as corrupted files as the
`checksums` were not recalculated after disabling and enabling the bitrot. With
this update, `checksum` and `xattr` are updated after enabling bitrot even if
`xattrs` already exists. Healthy files are now displayed correctly after
disabling and enabling bitrot.
Previously, log file objects did not update the file handle after
`logrotate` as the log file kept growing indefinitely. With this update, a
different class is used to create the log file object which modifies the file
handle after `logrotate` and the logs are written into the new file after
logrotate operation.

NOTE: The SELinux policies state that the default port requires elevated
permissions. Therefore the default port used for the `eventsd` service is now
55555 which is in the ephemeral range. Users upgrading to the latest version
must change to port number 55555 or any other port that is within the ephemeral

Previously, in a dual network environment shared storage volume did not
auto-mount on a node reboot. To work around this issue, manually mounting with
the command `mount -a` ensures that shared storage is mounted safely in a dual
network environment.
Previously, nfs-ganesha did not compile because of a race condition that
existed in libgfapi. With this update, a new API glfs_h_creat_open() is added.
Later versions of nfs-ganesha have been modified to use the new function. To
rebase nfs-ganesha to its current release, libgfapi requires the new function to
compile, and it is also added in upstream glusterfs 6.6. See

Previously, the replicate volume option `cluster.granular-entry-heal` was
disabled by default. With this update, the replicate volume option is turned ON
automatically for newly created volumes.
An issue has been identified when expanding or shrinking a volume with
sharding enabled in (RHHI for Virtualization ), which
may cause data corruption. To work around this issue, disable the
`lookup-optimize` option when sharding is enabled.
With this update, write-behind xlator for samba group is disabled. Now,
there is no data corruption when two clients rely on samba to provide data
consistency and are operating on the same file.


Update packages.




  1. glusterfs-6.0-56.el8.src.rpm
    MD5: fbf8a5dd8b101f2f860bebb86cf154bb
    SHA-256: 742a78753893fad11c1da30ac53ca41d29acd1ec42858cb39e21e35b6872d06b
    Size: 8.09 MB

Asianux Server 8 for x86_64
  1. glusterfs-6.0-56.el8.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 2cba179e6068c98cd3baea424912d44a
    SHA-256: 0a938b4be6a82c4311cb905f1fb02d94bc1b9cb4c7dc03e6adf0cc482e888253
    Size: 664.94 kB
  2. glusterfs-api-6.0-56.el8.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 3c18b40c1c782fda215c784effdfa1fb
    SHA-256: 7eab2c266bcb242f6300e888be0f28ec4f85d6441fc86df034292491b8e2c105
    Size: 97.84 kB
  3. glusterfs-cli-6.0-56.el8.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 95dc4aaa63bf759aaec2c6e4e17489b2
    SHA-256: 11565dd676b5d534ae6e98bbc7d694140161d1388b06908af9841cf43668a5a3
    Size: 192.70 kB
  4. glusterfs-client-xlators-6.0-56.el8.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: f12cd23e92da8072d66a79ddae9bdd5f
    SHA-256: 0d8775fce1ed4231d535953570765abd1ded5b1eb830f58f4d3632b430ca378a
    Size: 881.50 kB
  5. glusterfs-fuse-6.0-56.el8.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 9a23cd7563d2beda44aeb1953e05b849
    SHA-256: 32b284df273ca42547b47235792288ba1a0dd0fba7cbdc9b043915e639d3cc9d
    Size: 142.48 kB
  6. glusterfs-libs-6.0-56.el8.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: bc178bf30c0daae82f9306af280c8a34
    SHA-256: 7c312e3ff04326d3c015886950bbd1cb6303b55ce8c4dd54a5ed20b5f9bec0aa
    Size: 417.01 kB
  7. glusterfs-rdma-6.0-56.el8.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: c482bae7cce50d546d299ec8afa92a60
    SHA-256: aafc38867597202c023e6224aa0b29d5907f034504f808db1ebb58fc68fc492e
    Size: 49.31 kB
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