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Managing containerized Ceph clusters with cephadm

Managing containerized Ceph clusters with cephadm 1313 600 Michiel Manten

Cephadm is a great new feature of Ceph v15.2.0 (Octopus). By using cephadm, users have more freedom and flexibility to think about the future migration paths. But what is cephadm it exactly? Well, the goal of cephadm is to provide a fully-featured, robust, and well-maintained installation method. It deploys Ceph in containers while not depending…

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Migration options for SUSE Enterprise Storage (SES) users

Migration options for SUSE Enterprise Storage (SES) users 1350 900 Michiel Manten

A few weeks ago, I posted a blog about how SUSE pulled the plug on SUSE Enterprise Storage (SES). SES is a Linux-based computer data storage product developed by SUSE and built on Ceph technology. A quick recap on the matter is that in 2020, SUSE acquired Rancher Labs, a Kubernetes management software vendor, and…

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Rebuilding libvirt under CentOS 7.1 with RBD storage pool support

Rebuilding libvirt under CentOS 7.1 with RBD storage pool support 1494 1000 Wido den Hollander

If you want to use CentOS 7.1 for your hypervisors with Apache CloudStack and Ceph’s RBD as Primary Storage you need to rebuild libvirt. CloudStack requires libvirt to be built with RBD storage pool support. It uses libvirt to manage RBD volumes. By default libvirt under CentOS is not built with this support. (On Ubuntu…

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