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+Managing GlusterFS Volumes
+==========================
+
+This section describes how to perform common GlusterFS management
+operations, including the following:
+
+- ?
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+
+Tuning Volume Options
+=====================
+
+You can tune volume options, as needed, while the cluster is online and
+available.
+
+> **Note**
+>
+> Red Hat recommends you to set server.allow-insecure option to ON if
+> there are too many bricks in each volume or if there are too many
+> services which have already utilized all the privileged ports in the
+> system. Turning this option ON allows ports to accept/reject messages
+> from insecure ports. So, use this option only if your deployment
+> requires it.
+
+To tune volume options
+
+- Tune volume options using the following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume set `
+
+ For example, to specify the performance cache size for test-volume:
+
+ # gluster volume set test-volume performance.cache-size 256MB
+ Set volume successful
+
+ The following table lists the Volume options along with its
+ description and default value:
+
+ > **Note**
+ >
+ > The default options given here are subject to modification at any
+ > given time and may not be the same for all versions.
+
+ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ Option Description Default Value Available Options
+ -------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ auth.allow IP addresses of the clients which should be allowed to access the volume. \* (allow all) Valid IP address which includes wild card patterns including \*, such as 192.168.1.\*
+
+ auth.reject IP addresses of the clients which should be denied to access the volume. NONE (reject none) Valid IP address which includes wild card patterns including \*, such as 192.168.2.\*
+
+ client.grace-timeout Specifies the duration for the lock state to be maintained on the client after a network disconnection. 10 10 - 1800 secs
+
+ cluster.self-heal-window-size Specifies the maximum number of blocks per file on which self-heal would happen simultaneously. 16 0 - 1025 blocks
+
+ cluster.data-self-heal-algorithm Specifies the type of self-heal. If you set the option as "full", the entire file is copied from source to destinations. If the option is set to "diff" the file blocks that are not in sync are copied to destinations. Reset uses a heuristic model. If the file does not exist on one of the subvolumes, or a zero-byte file exists (created by entry self-heal) the entire content has to be copied anyway, so there is no benefit from using the "diff" algorithm. If the file size is about the same as page size, the entire file can be read and written with a few operations, which will be faster than "diff" which has to read checksums and then read and write. reset full | diff | reset
+
+ cluster.min-free-disk Specifies the percentage of disk space that must be kept free. Might be useful for non-uniform bricks. 10% Percentage of required minimum free disk space
+
+ cluster.stripe-block-size Specifies the size of the stripe unit that will be read from or written to. 128 KB (for all files) size in bytes
+
+ cluster.self-heal-daemon Allows you to turn-off proactive self-heal on replicated volumes. on On | Off
+
+ diagnostics.brick-log-level Changes the log-level of the bricks. INFO DEBUG|WARNING|ERROR|CRITICAL|NONE|TRACE
+
+ diagnostics.client-log-level Changes the log-level of the clients. INFO DEBUG|WARNING|ERROR|CRITICAL|NONE|TRACE
+
+ diagnostics.latency-measurement Statistics related to the latency of each operation would be tracked. off On | Off
+
+ diagnostics.dump-fd-stats Statistics related to file-operations would be tracked. off On | Off
+
+ feature.read-only Enables you to mount the entire volume as read-only for all the clients (including NFS clients) accessing it. off On | Off
+
+ features.lock-heal Enables self-healing of locks when the network disconnects. on On | Off
+
+ features.quota-timeout For performance reasons, quota caches the directory sizes on client. You can set timeout indicating the maximum duration of directory sizes in cache, from the time they are populated, during which they are considered valid. 0 0 - 3600 secs
+
+ geo-replication.indexing Use this option to automatically sync the changes in the filesystem from Master to Slave. off On | Off
+
+ network.frame-timeout The time frame after which the operation has to be declared as dead, if the server does not respond for a particular operation. 1800 (30 mins) 1800 secs
+
+ network.ping-timeout The time duration for which the client waits to check if the server is responsive. When a ping timeout happens, there is a network disconnect between the client and server. All resources held by server on behalf of the client get cleaned up. When a reconnection happens, all resources will need to be re-acquired before the client can resume its operations on the server. Additionally, the locks will be acquired and the lock tables updated. 42 Secs 42 Secs
+ This reconnect is a very expensive operation and should be avoided.
+
+ nfs.enable-ino32 For 32-bit nfs clients or applications that do not support 64-bit inode numbers or large files, use this option from the CLI to make Gluster NFS return 32-bit inode numbers instead of 64-bit inode numbers. Applications that will benefit are those that were either: off On | Off
+ \* Built 32-bit and run on 32-bit machines.
+
+ \* Built 32-bit on 64-bit systems.
+
+ \* Built 64-bit but use a library built 32-bit, especially relevant for python and perl scripts.
+
+ Either of the conditions above can lead to application on Linux NFS clients failing with "Invalid argument" or "Value too large for defined data type" errors.
+
+ nfs.volume-access Set the access type for the specified sub-volume. read-write read-write|read-only
+
+ nfs.trusted-write If there is an UNSTABLE write from the client, STABLE flag will be returned to force the client to not send a COMMIT request. off On | Off
+ In some environments, combined with a replicated GlusterFS setup, this option can improve write performance. This flag allows users to trust Gluster replication logic to sync data to the disks and recover when required. COMMIT requests if received will be handled in a default manner by fsyncing. STABLE writes are still handled in a sync manner.
+
+ nfs.trusted-sync All writes and COMMIT requests are treated as async. This implies that no write requests are guaranteed to be on server disks when the write reply is received at the NFS client. Trusted sync includes trusted-write behavior. off On | Off
+
+ nfs.export-dir By default, all sub-volumes of NFS are exported as individual exports. Now, this option allows you to export only the specified subdirectory or subdirectories in the volume. This option can also be used in conjunction with nfs3.export-volumes option to restrict exports only to the subdirectories specified through this option. You must provide an absolute path. Enabled for all sub directories. Enable | Disable
+
+ nfs.export-volumes Enable/Disable exporting entire volumes, instead if used in conjunction with nfs3.export-dir, can allow setting up only subdirectories as exports. on On | Off
+
+ nfs.rpc-auth-unix Enable/Disable the AUTH\_UNIX authentication type. This option is enabled by default for better interoperability. However, you can disable it if required. on On | Off
+
+ nfs.rpc-auth-null Enable/Disable the AUTH\_NULL authentication type. It is not recommended to change the default value for this option. on On | Off
+
+ nfs.rpc-auth-allow\<IP- Addresses\> Allow a comma separated list of addresses and/or hostnames to connect to the server. By default, all clients are disallowed. This allows you to define a general rule for all exported volumes. Reject All IP address or Host name
+
+ nfs.rpc-auth-reject IP- Addresses Reject a comma separated list of addresses and/or hostnames from connecting to the server. By default, all connections are disallowed. This allows you to define a general rule for all exported volumes. Reject All IP address or Host name
+
+ nfs.ports-insecure Allow client connections from unprivileged ports. By default only privileged ports are allowed. This is a global setting in case insecure ports are to be enabled for all exports using a single option. off On | Off
+
+ nfs.addr-namelookup Turn-off name lookup for incoming client connections using this option. In some setups, the name server can take too long to reply to DNS queries resulting in timeouts of mount requests. Use this option to turn off name lookups during address authentication. Note, turning this off will prevent you from using hostnames in rpc-auth.addr.\* filters. on On | Off
+
+ nfs.register-with- portmap For systems that need to run multiple NFS servers, you need to prevent more than one from registering with portmap service. Use this option to turn off portmap registration for Gluster NFS. on On | Off
+
+ nfs.port \<PORT- NUMBER\> Use this option on systems that need Gluster NFS to be associated with a non-default port number. 38465- 38467
+
+ nfs.disable Turn-off volume being exported by NFS off On | Off
+
+ performance.write-behind-window-size Size of the per-file write-behind buffer. 1 MB Write-behind cache size
+
+ performance.io-thread-count The number of threads in IO threads translator. 16 0 - 65
+
+ performance.flush-behind If this option is set ON, instructs write-behind translator to perform flush in background, by returning success (or any errors, if any of previous writes were failed) to application even before flush is sent to backend filesystem. On On | Off
+
+ performance.cache-max-file-size Sets the maximum file size cached by the io-cache translator. Can use the normal size descriptors of KB, MB, GB,TB or PB (for example, 6GB). Maximum size uint64. 2 \^ 64 -1 bytes size in bytes
+
+ performance.cache-min-file-size Sets the minimum file size cached by the io-cache translator. Values same as "max" above. 0B size in bytes
+
+ performance.cache-refresh-timeout The cached data for a file will be retained till 'cache-refresh-timeout' seconds, after which data re-validation is performed. 1 sec 0 - 61
+
+ performance.cache-size Size of the read cache. 32 MB size in bytes
+
+ server.allow-insecure Allow client connections from unprivileged ports. By default only privileged ports are allowed. This is a global setting in case insecure ports are to be enabled for all exports using a single option. on On | Off
+
+ server.grace-timeout Specifies the duration for the lock state to be maintained on the server after a network disconnection. 10 10 - 1800 secs
+
+ server.statedump-path Location of the state dump file. /tmp directory of the brick New directory path
+ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+ You can view the changed volume options using
+ the` # gluster volume info ` command. For more information, see ?.
+
+Expanding Volumes
+=================
+
+You can expand volumes, as needed, while the cluster is online and
+available. For example, you might want to add a brick to a distributed
+volume, thereby increasing the distribution and adding to the capacity
+of the GlusterFS volume.
+
+Similarly, you might want to add a group of bricks to a distributed
+replicated volume, increasing the capacity of the GlusterFS volume.
+
+> **Note**
+>
+> When expanding distributed replicated and distributed striped volumes,
+> you need to add a number of bricks that is a multiple of the replica
+> or stripe count. For example, to expand a distributed replicated
+> volume with a replica count of 2, you need to add bricks in multiples
+> of 2 (such as 4, 6, 8, etc.).
+
+**To expand a volume**
+
+1. On the first server in the cluster, probe the server to which you
+ want to add the new brick using the following command:
+
+ `# gluster peer probe `
+
+ For example:
+
+ # gluster peer probe server4
+ Probe successful
+
+2. Add the brick using the following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume add-brick `
+
+ For example:
+
+ # gluster volume add-brick test-volume server4:/exp4
+ Add Brick successful
+
+3. Check the volume information using the following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume info `
+
+ The command displays information similar to the following:
+
+ Volume Name: test-volume
+ Type: Distribute
+ Status: Started
+ Number of Bricks: 4
+ Bricks:
+ Brick1: server1:/exp1
+ Brick2: server2:/exp2
+ Brick3: server3:/exp3
+ Brick4: server4:/exp4
+
+4. Rebalance the volume to ensure that all files are distributed to the
+ new brick.
+
+ You can use the rebalance command as described in ?.
+
+Shrinking Volumes
+=================
+
+You can shrink volumes, as needed, while the cluster is online and
+available. For example, you might need to remove a brick that has become
+inaccessible in a distributed volume due to hardware or network failure.
+
+> **Note**
+>
+> Data residing on the brick that you are removing will no longer be
+> accessible at the Gluster mount point. Note however that only the
+> configuration information is removed - you can continue to access the
+> data directly from the brick, as necessary.
+
+When shrinking distributed replicated and distributed striped volumes,
+you need to remove a number of bricks that is a multiple of the replica
+or stripe count. For example, to shrink a distributed striped volume
+with a stripe count of 2, you need to remove bricks in multiples of 2
+(such as 4, 6, 8, etc.). In addition, the bricks you are trying to
+remove must be from the same sub-volume (the same replica or stripe
+set).
+
+**To shrink a volume**
+
+1. Remove the brick using the following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume remove-brick ` `start`
+
+ For example, to remove server2:/exp2:
+
+ # gluster volume remove-brick test-volume server2:/exp2
+
+ Removing brick(s) can result in data loss. Do you want to Continue? (y/n)
+
+2. Enter "y" to confirm the operation. The command displays the
+ following message indicating that the remove brick operation is
+ successfully started:
+
+ Remove Brick successful
+
+3. (Optional) View the status of the remove brick operation using the
+ following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume remove-brick `` status`
+
+ For example, to view the status of remove brick operation on
+ server2:/exp2 brick:
+
+ # gluster volume remove-brick test-volume server2:/exp2 status
+ Node Rebalanced-files size scanned status
+ --------- ---------------- ---- ------- -----------
+ 617c923e-6450-4065-8e33-865e28d9428f 34 340 162 in progress
+
+4. Check the volume information using the following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume info `
+
+ The command displays information similar to the following:
+
+ # gluster volume info
+ Volume Name: test-volume
+ Type: Distribute
+ Status: Started
+ Number of Bricks: 3
+ Bricks:
+ Brick1: server1:/exp1
+ Brick3: server3:/exp3
+ Brick4: server4:/exp4
+
+5. Rebalance the volume to ensure that all files are distributed to the
+ new brick.
+
+ You can use the rebalance command as described in ?.
+
+Migrating Volumes
+=================
+
+You can migrate the data from one brick to another, as needed, while the
+cluster is online and available.
+
+**To migrate a volume**
+
+1. Make sure the new brick, server5 in this example, is successfully
+ added to the cluster.
+
+ For more information, see ?.
+
+2. Migrate the data from one brick to another using the following
+ command:
+
+ ` # gluster volume replace-brick start`
+
+ For example, to migrate the data in server3:/exp3 to server5:/exp5
+ in test-volume:
+
+ # gluster volume replace-brick test-volume server3:/exp3 server5:exp5 start
+ Replace brick start operation successful
+
+ > **Note**
+ >
+ > You need to have the FUSE package installed on the server on which
+ > you are running the replace-brick command for the command to work.
+
+3. To pause the migration operation, if needed, use the following
+ command:
+
+ `# gluster volume replace-brick pause `
+
+ For example, to pause the data migration from server3:/exp3 to
+ server5:/exp5 in test-volume:
+
+ # gluster volume replace-brick test-volume server3:/exp3 server5:exp5 pause
+ Replace brick pause operation successful
+
+4. To abort the migration operation, if needed, use the following
+ command:
+
+ ` # gluster volume replace-brick abort `
+
+ For example, to abort the data migration from server3:/exp3 to
+ server5:/exp5 in test-volume:
+
+ # gluster volume replace-brick test-volume server3:/exp3 server5:exp5 abort
+ Replace brick abort operation successful
+
+5. Check the status of the migration operation using the following
+ command:
+
+ ` # gluster volume replace-brick status `
+
+ For example, to check the data migration status from server3:/exp3
+ to server5:/exp5 in test-volume:
+
+ # gluster volume replace-brick test-volume server3:/exp3 server5:/exp5 status
+ Current File = /usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.31-14/block/Makefile
+ Number of files migrated = 10567
+ Migration complete
+
+ The status command shows the current file being migrated along with
+ the current total number of files migrated. After completion of
+ migration, it displays Migration complete.
+
+6. Commit the migration of data from one brick to another using the
+ following command:
+
+ ` # gluster volume replace-brick commit `
+
+ For example, to commit the data migration from server3:/exp3 to
+ server5:/exp5 in test-volume:
+
+ # gluster volume replace-brick test-volume server3:/exp3 server5:/exp5 commit
+ replace-brick commit successful
+
+7. Verify the migration of brick by viewing the volume info using the
+ following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume info `
+
+ For example, to check the volume information of new brick
+ server5:/exp5 in test-volume:
+
+ # gluster volume info test-volume
+ Volume Name: testvolume
+ Type: Replicate
+ Status: Started
+ Number of Bricks: 4
+ Transport-type: tcp
+ Bricks:
+ Brick1: server1:/exp1
+ Brick2: server2:/exp2
+ Brick3: server4:/exp4
+ Brick4: server5:/exp5
+
+ The new volume details are displayed.
+
+ The new volume details are displayed.
+
+ In the above example, previously, there were bricks; 1,2,3, and 4
+ and now brick 3 is replaced by brick 5.
+
+Rebalancing Volumes
+===================
+
+After expanding or shrinking a volume (using the add-brick and
+remove-brick commands respectively), you need to rebalance the data
+among the servers. New directories created after expanding or shrinking
+of the volume will be evenly distributed automatically. For all the
+existing directories, the distribution can be fixed by rebalancing the
+layout and/or data.
+
+This section describes how to rebalance GlusterFS volumes in your
+storage environment, using the following common scenarios:
+
+- Fix Layout - Fixes the layout changes so that the files can actually
+ go to newly added nodes. For more information, see ?.
+
+- Fix Layout and Migrate Data - Rebalances volume by fixing the layout
+ changes and migrating the existing data. For more information, see
+ ?.
+
+Rebalancing Volume to Fix Layout Changes
+----------------------------------------
+
+Fixing the layout is necessary because the layout structure is static
+for a given directory. In a scenario where new bricks have been added to
+the existing volume, newly created files in existing directories will
+still be distributed only among the old bricks. The
+`# gluster volume rebalance fix-layout start `command will fix the
+layout information so that the files can also go to newly added nodes.
+When this command is issued, all the file stat information which is
+already cached will get revalidated.
+
+A fix-layout rebalance will only fix the layout changes and does not
+migrate data. If you want to migrate the existing data,
+use`# gluster volume rebalance start ` command to rebalance data among
+the servers.
+
+**To rebalance a volume to fix layout changes**
+
+- Start the rebalance operation on any one of the server using the
+ following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume rebalance fix-layout start`
+
+ For example:
+
+ # gluster volume rebalance test-volume fix-layout start
+ Starting rebalance on volume test-volume has been successful
+
+Rebalancing Volume to Fix Layout and Migrate Data
+-------------------------------------------------
+
+After expanding or shrinking a volume (using the add-brick and
+remove-brick commands respectively), you need to rebalance the data
+among the servers.
+
+**To rebalance a volume to fix layout and migrate the existing data**
+
+- Start the rebalance operation on any one of the server using the
+ following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume rebalance start`
+
+ For example:
+
+ # gluster volume rebalance test-volume start
+ Starting rebalancing on volume test-volume has been successful
+
+- Start the migration operation forcefully on any one of the server
+ using the following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume rebalance start force`
+
+ For example:
+
+ # gluster volume rebalance test-volume start force
+ Starting rebalancing on volume test-volume has been successful
+
+Displaying Status of Rebalance Operation
+----------------------------------------
+
+You can display the status information about rebalance volume operation,
+as needed.
+
+**To view status of rebalance volume**
+
+- Check the status of the rebalance operation, using the following
+ command:
+
+ `# gluster volume rebalance status`
+
+ For example:
+
+ # gluster volume rebalance test-volume status
+ Node Rebalanced-files size scanned status
+ --------- ---------------- ---- ------- -----------
+ 617c923e-6450-4065-8e33-865e28d9428f 416 1463 312 in progress
+
+ The time to complete the rebalance operation depends on the number
+ of files on the volume along with the corresponding file sizes.
+ Continue checking the rebalance status, verifying that the number of
+ files rebalanced or total files scanned keeps increasing.
+
+ For example, running the status command again might display a result
+ similar to the following:
+
+ # gluster volume rebalance test-volume status
+ Node Rebalanced-files size scanned status
+ --------- ---------------- ---- ------- -----------
+ 617c923e-6450-4065-8e33-865e28d9428f 498 1783 378 in progress
+
+ The rebalance status displays the following when the rebalance is
+ complete:
+
+ # gluster volume rebalance test-volume status
+ Node Rebalanced-files size scanned status
+ --------- ---------------- ---- ------- -----------
+ 617c923e-6450-4065-8e33-865e28d9428f 502 1873 334 completed
+
+Stopping Rebalance Operation
+----------------------------
+
+You can stop the rebalance operation, as needed.
+
+**To stop rebalance**
+
+- Stop the rebalance operation using the following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume rebalance stop`
+
+ For example:
+
+ # gluster volume rebalance test-volume stop
+ Node Rebalanced-files size scanned status
+ --------- ---------------- ---- ------- -----------
+ 617c923e-6450-4065-8e33-865e28d9428f 59 590 244 stopped
+ Stopped rebalance process on volume test-volume
+
+Stopping Volumes
+================
+
+To stop a volume
+
+1. Stop the volume using the following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume stop `
+
+ For example, to stop test-volume:
+
+ # gluster volume stop test-volume
+ Stopping volume will make its data inaccessible. Do you want to continue? (y/n)
+
+2. Enter `y` to confirm the operation. The output of the command
+ displays the following:
+
+ Stopping volume test-volume has been successful
+
+Deleting Volumes
+================
+
+To delete a volume
+
+1. Delete the volume using the following command:
+
+ `# gluster volume delete `
+
+ For example, to delete test-volume:
+
+ # gluster volume delete test-volume
+ Deleting volume will erase all information about the volume. Do you want to continue? (y/n)
+
+2. Enter `y` to confirm the operation. The command displays the
+ following:
+
+ Deleting volume test-volume has been successful
+
+Triggering Self-Heal on Replicate
+=================================
+
+In replicate module, previously you had to manually trigger a self-heal
+when a brick goes offline and comes back online, to bring all the
+replicas in sync. Now the pro-active self-heal daemon runs in the
+background, diagnoses issues and automatically initiates self-healing
+every 10 minutes on the files which requires*healing*.
+
+You can view the list of files that need *healing*, the list of files
+which are currently/previously *healed*, list of files which are in
+split-brain state, and you can manually trigger self-heal on the entire
+volume or only on the files which need *healing*.
+
+- Trigger self-heal only on the files which requires *healing*:
+
+ `# gluster volume heal `
+
+ For example, to trigger self-heal on files which requires *healing*
+ of test-volume:
+
+ # gluster volume heal test-volume
+ Heal operation on volume test-volume has been successful
+
+- Trigger self-heal on all the files of a volume:
+
+ `# gluster volume heal ` `full`
+
+ For example, to trigger self-heal on all the files of of
+ test-volume:
+
+ # gluster volume heal test-volume full
+ Heal operation on volume test-volume has been successful
+
+- View the list of files that needs *healing*:
+
+ `# gluster volume heal ` `info`
+
+ For example, to view the list of files on test-volume that needs
+ *healing*:
+
+ # gluster volume heal test-volume info
+ Brick :/gfs/test-volume_0
+ Number of entries: 0
+
+ Brick :/gfs/test-volume_1
+ Number of entries: 101
+ /95.txt
+ /32.txt
+ /66.txt
+ /35.txt
+ /18.txt
+ /26.txt
+ /47.txt
+ /55.txt
+ /85.txt
+ ...
+
+- View the list of files that are self-healed:
+
+ `# gluster volume heal ` `info healed`
+
+ For example, to view the list of files on test-volume that are
+ self-healed:
+
+ # gluster volume heal test-volume info healed
+ Brick :/gfs/test-volume_0
+ Number of entries: 0
+
+ Brick :/gfs/test-volume_1
+ Number of entries: 69
+ /99.txt
+ /93.txt
+ /76.txt
+ /11.txt
+ /27.txt
+ /64.txt
+ /80.txt
+ /19.txt
+ /41.txt
+ /29.txt
+ /37.txt
+ /46.txt
+ ...
+
+- View the list of files of a particular volume on which the self-heal
+ failed:
+
+ `# gluster volume heal ` `info failed`
+
+ For example, to view the list of files of test-volume that are not
+ self-healed:
+
+ # gluster volume heal test-volume info failed
+ Brick :/gfs/test-volume_0
+ Number of entries: 0
+
+ Brick server2:/gfs/test-volume_3
+ Number of entries: 72
+ /90.txt
+ /95.txt
+ /77.txt
+ /71.txt
+ /87.txt
+ /24.txt
+ ...
+
+- View the list of files of a particular volume which are in
+ split-brain state:
+
+ `# gluster volume heal ` `info split-brain`
+
+ For example, to view the list of files of test-volume which are in
+ split-brain state:
+
+ # gluster volume heal test-volume info split-brain
+ Brick server1:/gfs/test-volume_2
+ Number of entries: 12
+ /83.txt
+ /28.txt
+ /69.txt
+ ...
+
+ Brick :/gfs/test-volume_2
+ Number of entries: 12
+ /83.txt
+ /28.txt
+ /69.txt
+ ...
+
+