Description of problem:
To know whether there are any pending self-heals on the volume we use "gluster volume heal <volume_name> info" command. This will print "Number of Entries" per brick as well as filenames/GFID's of the files to be self-healed.
Sometimes one might just need to know how many self-heals are pending on the volume rather than knowing each and every files filename/GFID. (If there are millions of files to be self-healed knowing each and every filename would be meaningless).
At the same time whenever a user need to know what files needs self-heals then we should be able to provide that information as well. One of the case can be self-heal is taking a very long time and user wants to see on what files self-heal is pending.
Hence, It will be really informative if we can separate this one command "gluster volume heal <volume_name> info" into two different commands for :
1) command which gives summary of number of pending entries
2) command which details on what files needs self-heal
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glusterfs 126.96.36.199rhs built on Dec 20 2013 00:45:50
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