#ceph IRC Log


IRC Log for 2010-10-23

Timestamps are in GMT/BST.

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[3:57] <michael-ndn> talked a lot about ceph at Interop in NY this week. people are interested.
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[7:07] <sage> yay!
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[12:50] <terang> Outside of redundancy, what's the downside of having MDS, OSDS and MONS all on one machine?
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[23:27] <greglap> terang: just performance concerns — the MDS requires a lot of memory and all three systems are highly threaded, so depending on workload you may find your system running into resource contention issues between the daemons

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