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Ceph integration tests are vital and expensive. Contrary to unit tests that can be run on a laptop, they require multiple machines to deploy an actual Ceph cluster. As the community of Ceph developers expands, the community lab needs to … Continue reading →
Hey Guys , with this blog post i would like to share live demonstration screen cast that i have prepared using my openstack and Ceph environment.
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Live migration support for OpenStack instances is one of the showstopper feature of Ceph. That’s why Ceph is the most popular storage backend for OpenStack.
If an OpenStack tenant (account in the OpenStack parlance) is available, the Ceph integration tests can be run with the teuthology-openstack command , which will create the necessary virtual machines automatically (see the detailed instructions to get started). To do … Continue reading →
In the context of the teuthology (the integration test framework for Ceph, there needs to be a PostgreSQL available, locally only, with a single user dedicated to teuthology. It can be setup from a new Ubuntu 14.04 install with: sudo … Continue reading →
This is a bugfix release for Firefly. We recommend that all Firefly users upgrade. For more detailed information, see the complete changelog. NOTABLE CHANGES build/ops: ceph.spec.in: package mkcephfs on EL6 (issue#11955, pr#4924, Ken Dreyer) build/ops: debian: ceph-test and rest-bench debug packages should require their respective binary packages (issue#11673, pr#4766, Ken Dreyer) build/ops: run RGW as root (issue#11453, pr#4638, Ken Dreyer) common: …Read more
RedHat Distribution of OpenStack ( RDO ) is one of the most popular openstack distribution for test, dev and production environments. Deploying OpenStack infrastructure using RDO is fairly easy.
However there is no automated uninstall process for RD…
This development release features more of the OSD work queue unification, randomized osd scrub times, a huge pile of librbd fixes, more MDS repair and snapshot fixes, and a significant amount of work on the tests and build infrastructure. NOTABLE CHANGES buffer: some cleanup (Michal Jarzabek) build: cmake: fix nss linking (Danny Al-Gaaf) build: cmake: …Read more