Aggregated news from external sources
Back in January I posted about how Inktank’s momentum was accelerating. Well, to say this trend is continuing would be a gross understatement. The Inktank team continues to execute at a blinding pace and the world keeps on noticing. For example: • The Community and Marketing (we are hiring) teams killed it at the OpenStack Summit. There […]
Contents Introduction Opening Remarks Morning Sessions Ceph Management API Erasure Encoding as a Storage Backend RGW Geo-Replication and Disaster Recovery Afternoon Sessions RADOS Gateway refactor into library, internal APIs Chef Cookbook Consolidation & ceph-deploy Improvements Enforced bucket-level quotas in RGW Testing, build/release & Teuthology Client Security for CephFS RADOS namespaces, CRUSH language extension, CRUSH library […]
This release is a small update to Cuttlefish that fixes a problem when upgrading a bobtail cluster that had snapshots. Please use this instead of v0.61 if you are upgrading to avoid possible ceph-osd daemon crashes. There is also fix for a problem deploying monitors and generating new authentication keys. Notable changes: osd: handle upgrade […]
The title of the article is not that explicit, actually I had trouble to find a proper one. Thus let me clarify a bit. Here is the context I was wondering if Glance was capable of converting images within its store. The quick answer is no, but I thin…
Today marks another milestone for Ceph with the release of Cuttlefish (v0.61), the third stable release of Ceph. Inktank’s development efforts for the Cuttlefish release have been focused around Red Hat support and making it easier to install and configure Ceph while improving the operational ease of integrating with 3rd party tools, such as provisioning […]
Spring has arrived (at least for some of us), and a new stable release of Ceph is ready. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this release! Bigger ticket items since v0.56.x “Bobtail”: ceph-deploy: our new deployment tool to replace ‘mkcephfs’ robust RHEL/CentOS support ceph-disk: many improvements to support hot-plugging devices via chef and […]
Behold, another Bobtail update! This one serves three main purposes: it fixes a small issue with monitor features that is important when upgrading from argonaut -> bobtail -> cuttlefish, it backports many changes to the ceph-disk helper scripts that allow bobtail clusters to be deployed with the new ceph-deploy tool or our chef cookbooks, and it […]
The Ceph developer summit that we announced a few weeks ago is nearly upon us! Since the event is next week we wanted to make sure that everyone was aware of the details for participation and attendence. Summit Date: 07 May @ 8a – 2p PDT (GMT -8) The community has already been hard at […]
Last month Inktank launched a community help program that we called “Office Hours” in an attempt to provide specific hours where an engineer would be available to answer questions from the community. These efforts have done a lot for both the ability to answer questions, as well as the ability for our engineers to focus […]
Grizzly brought the multi-backend functionality to cinder and tons of new drivers. The main purpose of this article is to demonstrate how we can take advantage of the tiering capability of Ceph.
To configure Ceph to use different storage…
Materials to start playing with Ceph. This Vagrant box contains a all-in-one Ceph installation.
First Download and Install Vagrant.
Download the Ceph box: here. This box contains one virtual machine:
Ceph VM contains 2 OSDs (1 disk e…
Ceph is super hot. When people tell me that storage can’t be sexy, I can’t help but feel like Ceph can be! I was out in our L.A. office last week, and the first thing I saw when I showed up was this: A Ceph fanboy working with a multi-petabyte deployment of Ceph decided to […]