> On 25 Nov 2015, at 20:16, Philippe Lafoucrière <philippe lafoucriere tech-angels com> wrote:
> It was redacted, so not exactly, but yes, it matches a persistent volume.
> Just to be clear: it worked fine for days, and is working again fine currently. But, the endpoints got deleted, and we don't know why. Since we're doing a lot of tests, it can be a human error, but on 2 different clusters (and twice on the 1st cluster), with different people, I really doubt it.
we just had the same problem today : the glusterfs endpoint has been “lost”. At first we thought it was related to a master switch, but then it happened again.
At least I’m glad to see that we are not the only ones with this issue !
I’ll post more informations/logs tomorrow, but in a few lines our setup is :
- origin 1.0.8
- glusterfs only used for the persistent storage of the registry (2 replicas)
- this cluster is new (it was setup yesterday), so we can’t say that it was working well before ;-)
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