gdeploy man page

gdeploy ā€” Deploy/Configure a gluster cluster

Synopsis

gdeploy [--help | -h] [--version] [-c CONFIG_FILE] [-k] [-v | -vv]
        [volumeset <hostIP>:<volumename> <key> <value>]

Description

gdeploy is a deployment and configuration tool to set-up and deploy GlusterFS. gdeploy uses ansible(1) to apply the configurations on remote machines.

gdeploy can be used to set-up the logical volumes, create a glusterfs volume, and mount it on one or more clients from an ansible installed machine. The framework takes the configurations for this from a configuration file to be defined by the user. See gdeploy.conf(5) for more details on writing configuration files.

Options

-h, --help

Print this help text and exit

--version

Output version information and exit

-c CONFIG_FILE

Read the CONFIG_FILE and apply the configurations

-k

Keep the generated playbooks, groupvars, and hostvars

-v, -vv

Run gdeploy in verbose mode, prints debug messages

volumeset

Set an option in the gluster volume

Examples

Apply the configuration in cluster.conf:

$ gdeploy -c cluster.conf

Set read-ahead off on a volume called backupvol on host 192.168.10.10
$ gdeploy volumeset 192.168.10.10:backupvol read-ahead off

Files

/usr/share/doc/gdeploy/README.md

/usr/share/doc/gdeploy/examples/gluster.conf.sample

See Also

gdeploy.conf(5)

Referenced By

gdeploy.conf(5).

17 December 2015 User Commands