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IRC Log for 2012-01-02

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[12:17] <guido> What does it mean if ceph -s says most of my PGs are "clean+active", but 6 ofthem are only "active"? (And presumable not "clean"...)
[12:17] <guido> It's been like this since before christmas
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[15:26] <s[X]> Just trying to compile ceph on arch, and im getting configure: error: no suitable crypto library found
[15:29] <ajm> emerge nss
[15:29] <ajm> or $whatever_package_manager_arch_uses nss :)
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[15:57] <guido> ajm: nss? Are you sure? I ended up installing a apackage called crypto++ for that
[15:57] <ajm> it is on gentoo
[15:58] <ajm> nss provides things like libssl/libcrypto
[16:03] <s[X]> i kinda gave up on arch
[16:04] <s[X]> lol
[16:04] <s[X]> I figured id go down an os that im a bit more familiar with before attempting it on arch again
[16:04] <s[X]> first time setting up ceph :)
[16:07] <s[X]> would installing crypto++ get rid of the crypto errors ? or is there perhaps a smaller package i can use
[16:07] <s[X]> 300mb seems a tad overkill :P
[16:14] <guido> 300mb? Are you sure you got the right package?
[16:15] <guido> It's more like 1 MB over here
[16:16] <s[X]> its all the dependencies
[16:18] <guido> Again, seems odd. crypto++ is a fairly simple and straight-forward collection of crypto algorithms...
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[16:19] <s[X]> its on ubuntu
[16:20] <guido> Here on Gentoo, crypto++ depends on... unzip. That's it.
[16:20] <s[X]> mmm interesting
[16:20] <s[X]> might switch to something a bit more lightweight
[16:25] <s[X]> mmm what does fuse do in ceph
[16:37] <guido> It allows you to mount the ceph fs even if your kernel does not directly support it
[16:45] <s[X]> sorry for all the questions but ltcmalloc ?
[16:47] <guido> tcmalloc is not strictly necessary, but some claim it can lead to speedups
[16:48] <guido> tcmalloc is apparently not readily available on x86_64 for some convoluted reason
[16:49] <s[X]> i got rid of the confiure error with libgoogle-perftools-dev
[16:52] <s[X]> mmm now LIBEDIT is causing grief
[16:52] <s[X]> dayum ceph is hitting some roadblocks
[16:53] <s[X]> i think ima just install it forget compiling it
[16:53] <s[X]> will be easier
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[16:53] <s[X]> ceph in gentoo's packages ?
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[23:16] <s[X]> Morning all :)
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[23:32] <mgalkiewicz> hello
[23:32] <mgalkiewicz> when do you think you will release ceph v0.40?

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