14.3. Creating a Trusted Storage Pool

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Perform the following steps to create a Trusted Storage Pool:
  1. Access the container using the following command:
    # docker exec -it <container-name> /bin/bash
    For example:
    # docker exec -it glusternode1 /bin/bash
  2. To verify if glusterd is running, execute the following command:
    # systemctl status glusterd
  3. To verify if the bricks are mounted successfully, execute the following command:
    # mount |grep <brick_name>
  4. Peer probe the container to form the Trusted Storage Pool:
    # gluster peer probe <atomic host IP>
  5. Execute the following command to verify the peer probe status:
    # gluster peer status
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