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What is the impact in case CLDB is temporary unavailable

Question asked by phubert on Oct 5, 2015
Latest reply on Oct 5, 2015 by Ted Dunning
I'm struggling to understand what would be the impact in case the CLDB would be temporary unavailable like the failure of the node where CLDB is running.

I understand that when a client needs to access data in a volume it gets from the CLDB its list of containers. Now if we have already resolved the volume access and have the inode, to which extend the lost of the CLDB will impact operation.

Dependent of the scenario it means a different impact. Would appreciate if someone could provide the impact for the 3 following cases
 1) CLDB is down, any access to a file even for a read operation
 2) if the file is already opened and we are doing read operations while the CLDB becomes unavailable
 3) if the file is already opened and we are do a write operation while the CLDB becomes unavailable

 Thanks, Paul

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