The Ceph Blog

Ceph blog stories provide high-level spotlights on our customers all over the world

  • September 17, 2015
    Important security notice regarding signing key and binary downloads of Ceph

    Last week, Red Hat investigated an intrusion on the sites of both the Ceph community project (ceph.com) and Inktank (download.inktank.com), which were hosted on a computer system outside of Red Hat infrastructure. Ceph.com provided Ceph community versions downloads signed with a Ceph signing key  (id 7EBFDD5D17ED316D).  Download.inktank.com provided releases of the Red Hat Ceph product …Read more

  • August 27, 2015
    v0.94.3 Hammer released

    This Hammer point release fixes a critical (though rare) data corruption bug that could be triggered when logs are rotated via SIGHUP. It also fixes a range of other important bugs in the OSD, monitor, RGW, RBD, and CephFS. All v0.94.x Hammer users are strongly encouraged to upgrade. UPGRADING The pg ls-by-{pool,primary,osd} commands and pg ls now take the argument recovering instead of recovery in …Read more

  • August 24, 2015
    v9.0.3 released

    This is the second to last batch of development work for the Infernalis cycle. The most intrusive change is an internal (non user-visible) change to the OSD’s ObjectStore interface. Many fixes and improvements elsewhere across RGW, RBD, and another big pile of CephFS scrub/repair improvements. UPGRADING The return code for librbd’s rbd_aio_read and Image::aio_read API …Read more

  • July 21, 2015
    v0.80.10 Firefly released

    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

  • July 16, 2015
    v9.0.2 released

    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

  • June 11, 2015
    v0.94.2 Hammer released

    This Hammer point release fixes a few critical bugs in RGW that can prevent objects starting with underscore from behaving properly and that prevent garbage collection of deleted objects when using the Civetweb standalone mode. All v0.94.x Hammer users are strongly encouraged to upgrade, and to make note of the repair procedure below if RGW …Read more

  • June 11, 2015
    v9.0.1 released

    This development release is delayed a bit due to tooling changes in the build environment. As a result the next one (v9.0.2) will have a bit more work than is usual. Highlights here include lots of RGW Swift fixes, RBD feature work surrounding the new object map feature, more CephFS snapshot fixes, and a few …Read more

  • May 5, 2015
    v9.0.0 released

    This is the first development release for the Infernalis cycle, and the first Ceph release to sport a version number from the new numbering scheme. The “9” indicates this is the 9th release cycle–I (for Infernalis) is the 9th letter. The first “0” indicates this is a development release (“1” will mean release candidate and …Read more

  • April 27, 2015
    v0.87.2 Giant released

    This is the second (and possibly final) point release for Giant. We recommend all v0.87.x Giant users upgrade to this release. NOTABLE CHANGES ceph-objectstore-tool: only output unsupported features when incompatible (#11176 David Zafman) common: do not implicitly unlock rwlock on destruction (Federico Simoncelli) common: make wait timeout on empty queue configurable (#10818 Samuel Just) crush: …Read more

  • April 13, 2015
    v0.94.1 Hammer released

    This bug fix release fixes a few critical issues with CRUSH. The most important addresses a bug in feature bit enforcement that may prevent pre-hammer clients from communicating with the cluster during an upgrade. This only manifests in some cases (for example, when the ‘rack’ type is in use in the CRUSH map, and possibly …Read more

  • April 7, 2015
    v0.94 Hammer released

    This major release is expected to form the basis of the next long-term stable series. It is intended to supersede v0.80.x Firefly. Highlights since Giant include: RADOS Performance: a range of improvements have been made in the OSD and client-side librados code that improve the throughput on flash backends and improve parallelism and scaling on …Read more

  • March 10, 2015
    v0.80.9 Firefly released

    This is a bugfix release for firefly. It fixes a performance regression in librbd, an important CRUSH misbehavior (see below), and several RGW bugs. We have also backported support for flock/fcntl locks to ceph-fuse and libcephfs. We recommend that all Firefly users upgrade. For more detailed information, see the complete changelog. ADJUSTING CRUSH MAPS This point release fixes …Read more

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