A gluster trusted pool (aka cluster), consists of several key components; nodes, volumes and bricks. In glusterfs 3.4/3.5, there isn't a single command that can provide an overview of the cluster's health. This means that admins currently assess the cluster health by looking at several commands to piece together a picture of the cluster's state.
This isn't ideal - so 'gstatus' is an attempt to provide an easy to use, highlevel view of a cluster's health through a single command. The tool gathers information by issuing gluster commands, to build an object model covering Nodes, Volumes and Bricks. With this data in place, checks are performed across this meta data and errors reported back to the user. In later releases, this data could be analysed in different ways to add further checks, incorporating deployment best practices, freespace triggers etc.
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