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IRC Log for 2013-11-27

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[7:33] <cofol1986> Hi guys, does there exist detail design explanation for developer? I wana to dig into ceph's code.
[7:34] <aarontc> cofol1986: there is some developer documentation on the ceph website
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[10:18] <Sargun> Hey
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[11:07] <aarontc> hey Sargun
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[11:28] <fred_> anyone into multi-site support here?
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[12:25] <stacker666> hi!
[12:26] <stacker666> somebody can answer me a question about ceph-deploy?
[12:27] <stacker666> all seems to go perfect in the deployment but the OSDs never goes up
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[13:47] <Kioob`Taff> stacker666: sometimes I had to manually start OSD after running ceph-deploy
[13:48] <Kioob`Taff> is it your problem ?
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[13:54] <stacker666> KindOne, the OSDs are down. nothing can i do to put those OSDs up and running
[13:55] <stacker666> KindOne, i don't understand why the ceph.conf never updates its content using ceph-deploy
[13:56] <stacker666> KindOne, is stored the configuration in other location?
[13:56] <pmatulis> stacker666: output to 'ceph status'?
[13:57] <pmatulis> (pastebin)
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[13:58] <stacker666> pmatulis, wait a moment. I destroyed it and now i use old mkceph again. I'm looking for in the history....
[13:59] <pmatulis> you destroyed it?
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[14:01] <stacker666> pmatulis, yes :(
[14:01] <stacker666> i can reinstall it again. Np
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[14:02] <pmatulis> what did you destroy?
[14:03] <stacker666> pmatulis, ceph purge, purgue data, uninstall....
[14:04] <stacker666> pmatulis, i'm installing again
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[14:22] <stacker666> pmatulis, Kioob`Taff : i have the ceph status
[14:23] <stacker666> pmatulis, Kioob`Taff : http://pastebin.com/kUabaqbz
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[14:25] <stacker666> pmatulis, i have reinstalled again
[14:26] <pmatulis> stacker666: start the osd manually, what os are you on?
[14:27] <stacker666> pmatulis, Ubuntu 12.04
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[14:28] <stacker666> pmatulis, /etc/init.d/ceph start osd.0?
[14:29] <pmatulis> 'sudo start ceph-osd-all'
[14:29] <stacker666> pmatulis, /etc/init.d/ceph: osd.0 not found (/etc/ceph/ceph.conf defines , /var/lib/ceph defines )
[14:30] <stacker666> pmatulis, it says me that there are no info of osds in ceph.conf
[14:30] <stacker666> pmatulis, the ceph.conf remains all the time with the same info as at the begining
[14:32] <stacker666> pmatulis, no info about OSDs MDSs....
[14:33] <pmatulis> stacker666: did you use ceph-deploy
[14:33] <stacker666> pmatulis, yes
[14:34] <pmatulis> stacker666: you should reinstall the OS, some stuff is probably messed up at some level
[14:34] <stacker666> pmatulis, O_o
[14:35] <stacker666> pmatulis, ok tnx
[14:35] <pmatulis> stacker666: but c-d does not edit ceph.conf when adding osd
[14:36] <stacker666> pmatulis, where this info is stored?
[14:36] <pmatulis> stacker666: the osd map
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[14:38] <stacker666> pmatulis, In my previous instalation had 2 nets, public and cluster. I can also define it with ceph deploy?
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[14:40] <stacker666> pmatulis, or i need to edit the osd map or something similar?
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[14:43] <andreask> stacker666: you can edit the config file on your admin-node after you did the "ceph-deploy new {mon1,mon2,mon3}" then it is deployed on mon and osd creation
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[14:46] <stacker666> andreask, this is at OSD level
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[14:47] <stacker666> andreask, in osd i define the cluster and public network and for each OSD the same
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[14:47] <stacker666> andreask, in ceph.conf
[14:47] <andreask> stacker666: you can set this in the global section in ceph.conf
[14:47] <stacker666> andreask, ok tnx
[14:49] <stacker666> andreask, i will do it if i can put my OSDs up .. :D
[14:50] <andreask> what documentation did you follow?
[14:50] <stacker666> andreask, the official
[14:50] <stacker666> andreask, http://ceph.com/docs/master/rados/deployment/
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[14:50] <stacker666> andreask,
[14:50] <stacker666> andreask, http://ceph.com/docs/master/rados/deployment/
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[14:51] <stacker666> andreask, all goes like a charm except put OSDs running
[14:52] <andreask> hmm ... ceph-deploy osd create ... works without error messages?
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[14:52] <stacker666> andreask, yes, i can search it in the log file if you want
[14:53] <andreask> yes please
[14:53] <andreask> and what do the osd logfiles say?
[14:53] <stacker666> andreask, http://pastebin.com/jQ3Rc9Xw
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[14:53] <stacker666> andreask, oh 1 ERROR
[14:54] <stacker666> andreask, but seems to be a WARNING [ack-datastore-lnx001][ERROR ] WARNING:ceph-disk:OSD will not be hot-swappable if journal is not the same device as the osd data
[14:55] <andreask> stacker666: the osd filesystem is mounted?
[14:55] <stacker666> andreask, i think is not important
[14:55] <stacker666> andreask, yes
[14:55] <andreask> any ceph processes running?
[14:56] <stacker666> andreask, root 7999 0.0 0.0 148420 12636 ? Ssl 14:16 0:01 /usr/bin/ceph-mon --cluster=ceph -i ack-datastore-lnx001 -f
[14:56] <stacker666> andreask, mon process
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[14:58] <andreask> and what do logs tell after a 'start ceph-osd-all' ?
[14:58] <stacker666> andreask, start: Job is already running: ceph-osd-all
[14:59] <stacker666> andreask, ceph logs?
[14:59] <andreask> yes, osd logs
[15:01] <stacker666> andreask, i have a interesting info
[15:02] <stacker666> andreask, 2013-11-27 15:00:59.476127 7f9b84a12780 -1 ** ERROR: error converting store /var/lib/ceph/osd/ceph-0: (22) Invalid argument
[15:03] <stacker666> andreask, http://pastebin.com/sF2U8FcU
[15:03] <stacker666> andreask, more detailed
[15:06] <andreask> /var/lib/ceph/osd/ceph-0/journal is a link to the correct partition?
[15:07] <stacker666> andreask, /dev/sdb1 1952018160 33360 1951984800 1% /var/lib/ceph/osd/ceph-0
[15:07] <stacker666> andreask, the entire osd is mounted in sdb1. a xfs partition
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[15:08] <stacker666> andreask, es posible que yo no haya creado las particiones bien
[15:08] <stacker666> andreask, I may not have created the partitions well
[15:10] <stacker666> andreask, i use ceph-deploy zap command. Next, i use parted /dev/sdb and create a label named gpt
[15:10] <stacker666> andreask, and after this i use ceph-deploy osd create command
[15:10] <andreask> if you only define sdb as disk without journal, ceph-deploy creates the partitons for you IIRC
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[15:11] <agh> hello to all
[15:11] <agh> Is there a way with Ceph-deploy to tell news OSD to be created with a weight of 0 ?
[15:14] <pmatulis> stacker666: you should just 'zap' and then 'create'. no need for parted
[15:14] <andreask> stacker666: try "ceph-deploy osd create --zap-disk ack-datastore-lnx001:/dev/sdb"
[15:16] <stacker666> andreask, i must destroy the osd before?
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[15:17] <andreask> should be possible without
[15:17] <stacker666> andreask, ok i try it. tnx
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[15:25] <stacker666> andreask, you are the fucking ruler of the ceph!!!!!
[15:25] <stacker666> andreask, solved! tnx tnx tnx a lot
[15:26] <andreask> ;-) you are welcome
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[15:27] <stacker666> andreask, :)
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[15:33] <agh> Is there a way with Ceph-deploy to tell news OSD to be created with a weight of 0 ?
[15:35] <dlq> I got a kernel oops in ceph after deploying it for the first time in a new system http://pastebin.com/xeb6w7vd
[15:36] <dlq> the problem is reproduceable, it happens when I map a layered rbd with ext4 on it.
[15:37] <dlq> the machine is running code from ceph-client branch for-linus
[15:37] <dlq> and on top of Xen
[15:37] <dlq> Any suggestions on how to proceed?
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[15:49] <andreask> dlq: you mean you backported latest code to your 3.8 kernel?
[15:50] <dlq> yes
[15:51] <dlq> we have been testing it locally for a while and it worked flawlessly there, once we put it on Amazon, not so much.
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[15:53] <andreask> does it also oops if you don't mount it but put write data to it?
[15:54] <dlq> I need to try that. hold on
[15:55] <ramonskie> after the upgrade to from cuttlefish to emperor (stable) i can not use radosgw anymore. i can't create a user or list a previous existing users. anyone here that expierience the same with radosgw? or anyone who can help me with this?
[15:55] <ramonskie> the error msg "could not create user: unable to create user, unable to store user info"
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[15:57] <alphe> hi everyone !
[15:58] <andreask> ramonskie: logs?
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[15:58] <alphe> so finally I will use rbd, so I need to transfer 9TB uploaded to the ceph storage device (cephfs) to the new ceph device
[15:58] <alphe> what is the best way to do that
[15:59] <ramonskie> here is some debug info when creating a user http://pastebin.com/yqWf6dQ5
[15:59] <alphe> I have 3 pools 1) data 2)metadata 3)rbd rbd need en increase of pg and pgp
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[16:03] <alphe> to create my new image would it be better to put it in data pool aside my cephfs data or to put them in a separated pool
[16:04] <andreask> ramonskie: of course you restarted the radosgw after upgrading?
[16:05] <ramonskie> andreask: yup
[16:05] <andreask> and also all osds after upgrading ...
[16:05] <alphe> radosgw don t like upgrades ramonskie
[16:05] <ramonskie> alphe: yea noticed that
[16:05] <dlq> andreask, so i tried to dd a MB to the rbd device without mounting and the machine hanged instantly, so I could run dmesg. we might be able to retrieve it soon.
[16:06] <dlq> could not*
[16:06] <alphe> I had a s3 radosgw working super fantastic even with SSL layer
[16:06] <alphe> in 0.61 I upgraded to 0.67 and my users data was there but nor accessible ...
[16:06] <alphe> you couldn t log but you could list the users ...
[16:07] <ramonskie> alphe: did you fixed it?
[16:07] <alphe> ramonskie nope ...
[16:07] <ramonskie> :(
[16:07] <alphe> the only thing I found was to call for a remapping of the pool
[16:08] <alphe> ramonskie I undertoud too few radosgw doc is more that brief and couldn t find a way to make my users come back in sync
[16:08] <ramonskie> the data on my osd's is pretty important the radosgw not yet
[16:08] <alphe> and probably because I tryed a ton of stuff that ended destroying my radosgw
[16:08] <ramonskie> so to clean radosgw and start over is no problem
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[16:09] <alphe> it is sensible you have to apply the remap and nothing else
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[16:09] <ramonskie> what do you mean with remap?
[16:10] <dlq> andreask, the machine locked up before it could dump anything to a log file, so no trace of what went wrong
[16:10] <ramonskie> because ceph health and status are clean
[16:10] <alphe> ramonskie see if this helps
[16:10] <alphe> http://www.mail-archive.com/ceph-devel@vger.kernel.org/msg16515.html
[16:10] <andreask> dlq: oh ... have also tried upgrading the kernel without patching by yourself
[16:11] <dlq> no, which version of the kernel has layared rbd?
[16:11] <ramonskie> alphe: maby a full reboot of the machines would do the trick will try this tonight
[16:12] <ramonskie> the machines with the osd's right?
[16:12] <alphe> ramonskie I tryed to rebuild radosgw too and in the end I had not anymore for a weird reason the regular pool created automatically
[16:13] <andreask> dlq: starting from 3.10
[16:13] <dlq> Ok, thank you
[16:13] <dlq> I will try that
[16:13] <dlq> andreask, thank you for the help, much appriciated
[16:13] <alphe> so after a lot of time spent in it I decided that s3 amazon way was a loss of time and went the cephfs way which now produce too a strange behavior that make the subtree of my mount point cephfs to partly disapear
[16:13] <andreask> dlq: yw
[16:14] <alphe> ramonskie it could be kernel related too ...
[16:14] <ramonskie> use ubuntu 1204 lts with latest stable kernel
[16:15] <alphe> ramonskie you followed this ?
[16:15] <alphe> http://ceph.com/docs/master/release-notes/
[16:16] <ramonskie> no we have a small amount of machines so just used the ceph-deploy. and then first updated all MON then OSD then MDS then radosgw
[16:17] <alphe> yes but when you create the first radosgw it detects if it is a new install some how and create a lot of pools
[16:17] <alphe> that are in rbd pools
[16:18] <ramonskie> the pools are there
[16:18] <alphe> rbd.user rbd.metadata rbd.data
[16:18] <alphe> etc..
[16:18] <ramonskie> yup
[16:20] <ramonskie> do you know when i try the fix on the release-notes page to fix filestore issue. if it can be done by each machines or must this be done with all machines at once
[16:20] <ramonskie> so shut every osd down
[16:22] <alphe> its .rgw.users
[16:22] <alphe> etc...
[16:24] <ramonskie> .rgw.control / .rgw / .rgw.gc
[16:24] <dlq> andreask, 3.12 worked much better, thanks again, you saved me lots of hours at work today.
[16:24] <andreask> dlq: glad to help
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[16:28] <alphe> ramonskie there is a command to update your pool or better said force a scanning of it content to update the content
[16:32] <ramonskie> alphe: can't find that special command on google tough :P
[16:32] <alphe> radosgw-admin region-map something ..
[16:37] <ramonskie> aplhe: thanks
[16:38] <ramonskie> need to sign off now thanks for all the help so far
[16:39] <alphe> well couldn t do much since in the same situation I found no other solution than trash the stuff and go play with cephfs
[16:39] <ramonskie> okay will try to look in to that if nothing else works :)
[16:40] <alphe> hum cephfs isn t mature though ...
[16:41] <alphe> and having half of your data tree desapearing for your clients it is a ton of stress ...
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[16:43] <alphe> for rbd images there is no other way than giving size in terms of KB ...
[16:43] <alphe> serriously how do the guy that needs a peta Byte rbd image does ?
[16:43] <alphe> rbd create my_share1 --size 10002010000100120010101020 ...
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[16:49] <Gugge-47527> alphe rbd create xxx --size $((1024*1024*1024*1024))
[16:49] <Gugge-47527> alphe: or something like that :)
[16:50] <alphe> grugge ... hum being funny huh ? hehehe
[16:50] <alphe> ok that is valid Gugge-47527 i give you a good star !
[16:50] <Gugge-47527> well, that is actually how i create my 10TB images :)
[16:50] <Gugge-47527> $((10*1024*1024*1024))
[16:51] <darkfaded> even veritas had support for giving gb/tb/pb after, idk, 2009 ;)
[16:51] <alphe> hum yeah but the help says that --size for rbd create is in MB and the old docs says it is in KB ...
[16:51] <alphe> hehehe ...
[16:51] <Gugge-47527> im sure you are welcome to send a pull request :)
[16:51] <darkfaded> alphe: file bugs for it
[16:52] <alphe> seems funny to manipulate Teras of data using KB for sizing ...
[16:52] <darkfaded> alphe: the point is about exactness
[16:53] <darkfaded> people often fuck up their tools and being able to give kb is the only way to save your ass then
[16:53] <alphe> so it is size in tb *1024(GB)*1024 MB?
[16:54] <alphe> if I want 7TB converted in MB I do 7 * 1024*1024
[16:54] <alphe> right ?
[16:54] <alphe> darkfaded ?
[16:55] <darkfaded> normally yes ,but also depends on users some expect it to be 7*1000*1000
[16:55] <darkfaded> disk vendors also run that calc.
[16:56] <darkfaded> but 1024*1024 is the most sensible thing for us IT guys imho
[16:56] <alphe> some people dont know what is the difference betwin a train and a rice cooker ...
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[16:56] <alphe> do we have to concern ?
[16:56] <darkfaded> if you wanna do storage management? yes :)
[16:56] <alphe> size 7168 GB in 1835008 objects
[16:57] <alphe> ok that is cool
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[16:57] <alphe> so now I need to mount that rbd image and in a mount point and start passing data to it
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[16:59] <alphe> how do I map my client to the rbd image
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[17:01] <alphe> what is the diference between rbd map and rbd-fuse ?
[17:02] <alphe> how do I access my datas in a rbd map ?
[17:02] <alphe> I have my ceph cluster on it I create an image that is automatically stored in the rbd pool
[17:03] <alphe> then on my client server (proxy) i start the rbd kernel module and instruct it to map my rbd to a kernel image then how i enter that node to write data in it ?
[17:06] <Gugge-47527> rbd map gives you /dev/rbdX, which you can newfs, and mount, and use
[17:06] <Gugge-47527> rbd-fuse gives you a directory with a file pr rbd
[17:06] <Gugge-47527> which you can newfs, mount and use :)
[17:06] <Gugge-47527> dont use rbd-fuse :)
[17:06] <L2SHO> does anyone have experience with rbd-fuse? It keeps telling me "Transport endpoint is not connected"
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[17:07] <alphe> L2SHO > 3:06] <Gugge-47527> dont use rbd-fuse :)
[17:07] <alphe> heheh ...
[17:07] <alphe> that is my actual experience with it ...
[17:08] <L2SHO> unfortunately the kernel client is giving me major headaches
[17:08] <alphe> ho one ask if I map format mount my rbd and then I want to resize it how do I preceed ?
[17:09] <alphe> L2SHO why is that ?
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[17:09] <L2SHO> it's reading from the cluster incredibly slowly for some reason
[17:09] <alphe> oh ...
[17:10] <alphe> that is not good ...
[17:10] <alphe> l2sho what kernel version do you use ?
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[17:10] <L2SHO> I'm on 3.11.4 at the moment
[17:11] <alphe> your distro is ubuntu ?
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[17:11] <alphe> I would recommand you to update to 3.12
[17:12] <alphe> and then see if there is still problems ...
[17:12] <pmatulis> alphe: is there a problem with the rbd 3.11 kernel module?
[17:12] <L2SHO> it's centos. Has the rbd kernel client changed since 3.11 and 3.12?
[17:13] <alphe> pmautils I don t know but often when it behaves not the regular way it is recommanded to get the last kernel and see it that changed something ...
[17:14] <alphe> pmatulis actually l2sho has very very slow data transfer with it ...
[17:14] <pmatulis> alphe: is there a problem with the rbd 3.11 kernel module?
[17:15] <alphe> if I resize a rbd image after formating it do i need to reformat it or there is xfs commands that allows to resize
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[17:15] <alphe> [13:14] <alphe> pmatulis actually l2sho has very very slow data transfer with it ...
[17:15] <alphe> pmautils we can t trace every strange thing we seee ...
[17:16] <alphe> sometimes it is faster to jump to the next kernel sees if that works better or not if it works better then no need to dig more ... if nothing change then you need to dig alot
[17:16] <alphe> to see what is done and why you get slow transfer
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[17:18] <tsnider> DQOTD: is there an rbd option to automagically list all images in all pools or should I just make a script?
[17:19] <darkfaded> alphe: xfs_growfs iirc
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[17:19] <alphe> ok the doc is completly out of sync with actual rbd
[17:19] <alphe> darkfaded ok
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[17:20] <alphe> hum I didnt understoud the doc it is ok ...
[17:21] <pmatulis> alphe: most people do not upgrade kernels "because it might help", at least not in production settings
[17:22] <alphe> pmatulis well if half your directory tree suddently disapear because you are uploading 200GB then yes you do ...
[17:23] <alphe> that is what happens to me with cephfs
[17:23] <alphe> I hope with rbd that will not behave that way
[17:24] <alphe> L2SHO hum seens slow rbd ...
[17:25] <alphe> the best I get in op/s is 51 on the mkfs.xfs
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[17:25] <alphe> formating the 7TB is going to be looong
[17:26] <mattt_> are there updated centos packages for qemu-kvm?
[17:26] <pmatulis> tsnider: i can only see it on a per pool basis (rbd ls -p <pool>)
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[17:27] <alphe> I did a mkfs.xfs of /dev/rbd1 and I have data = and metadata =/dev/rbd1 is that normal ?
[17:27] <pmatulis> alphe: yes, i suppose you do need to perform evasive manoeuvres sometimes but slowness and basic functionality is normally filtered out in pre-production
[17:27] <pmatulis> alphe: you seem to be winging it
[17:28] <alphe> ?
[17:28] <alphe> what means " alphe: you seem to be winging it"
[17:28] <mattt_> there are packages on http://ceph.com/packages/qemu-kvm/centos/x86_64/, but not for recent versions of ceph
[17:29] <alphe> mattt they should be in github ...
[17:29] <alphe> somewhere
[17:29] <alphe> that was the same for ubuntu saucy the packages for ceph emperor are not in ceph.com/download
[17:30] <alphe> I installed on my saucy ubuntu the ceph packages for raring probably the explanation of a ton of problems I got
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[18:08] <L2SHO> is there any advantage or disadvantage to using a journeled filesystem on an RBD device?
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[18:11] <linuxkidd> nothing more than the normal pros / cons of a journaled filesystem on any other block device...
[18:12] <bloodice> anyone running radosgw?
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[18:12] <bloodice> i have everything setup and its working, but when i change my web browser from accessing via ip address to the server name, i get a 404 page.
[18:12] <bloodice> i think it has something to do with the rewrite but not sure
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[18:14] <L2SHO> linuxkidd, isn't the main advantage of a journal the ability to write sequentially to a disk for better performance, then flush the journal to disk later. I feel like that might not really apply to ceph.
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[18:15] <linuxkidd> L2SHO: The question as I read it is pertaining to the filesystem to write inside the RBD.. if that's the case, then it has very little to do with ceph, and more to do with overall filesystem characteristics associated with the guest OS
[18:15] <linuxkidd> er, client OS
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[18:15] <linuxkidd> is that not what you're asking?
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[18:16] <linuxkidd> or are you asking for recommendations of underlying filesystem below ceph for RBD use
[18:16] <L2SHO> linuxkidd, I'm asking about the filesystem inside the RBD image
[18:17] <L2SHO> linuxkidd, wouldn't a journaled filesystem double the amount of writes that the backends have to do
[18:18] <L2SHO> and I'm not sure they would get any advantage because the OSD's do their own journaling anyways
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[18:18] <linuxkidd> Sure... again though, that's a feature of journaled FS's... nothing to do w/ ceph itself..
[18:18] <linuxkidd> journaled fs will double the writes no matter what the underlying block device is..
[18:19] <L2SHO> right, but I'm asking if there is any advantage to leaving journaling on
[18:19] <L2SHO> or if it makes more sense to turn it off when using ceph as a block device
[18:19] <linuxkidd> so, in your follow on, it is true that the OSDs do their own journal, so it would seem redundant to have a journaled FS on top of a ceph RBD... but again, it's up to you and the charactistics of the filesystem itself.
[18:19] <linuxkidd> if it were my environment.. I'd turn off journaling on the filesystem... but that's just me.
[18:21] <L2SHO> right, that's what I'm thinking. But I'm not sure if there's some technical reason that I'm not aware of to leave the clients journaling enabled
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[18:22] <linuxkidd> not to my knowledge.. but I'm open to others jumping in and providing alternate opinions.. :)
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[19:03] <bloodice> fixed it.. [client.radosgw.tpixary1]
[19:03] <bloodice> host = tpixary1
[19:03] <bloodice> keyring = /etc/ceph/keyring.radosgw.tpixary1
[19:03] <bloodice> rgw_socket_path = /tmp/radosgw.sock
[19:03] <bloodice> log_file = /var/log/ceph/radosgw.log
[19:04] <bloodice> rgw dns name = tpix.lc
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[19:04] <bloodice> its the rgw domain name
[19:04] <bloodice> didnt mean to paste all that lol
[19:07] <bloodice> so the next question is... can you list multiple ones
[19:10] <L2SHO> bloodice: maybe this is what you're looking for? http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.comp.file-systems.ceph.user/4580
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[19:19] <bloodice> L2SHO: Thanks, that was it, i needed to add my prefix to the domain, push the config and reload the gateway and apache services
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[19:34] <toMeloos> dalgaaf: are you around?
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[19:53] <toMeloos> anybody around with experience with the enovance/telekomcloud puppet-ceph module?
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[20:12] <alphe> toMeloos apparently not
[20:15] <alphe> how to tune up rbd to enhance perfs because it is slow
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[20:15] <alphe> with cephfs I have top at 500 ops with rbd my tops are around 190 ops
[20:21] <dmsimard> toMeloos: o/
[20:21] <kraken> \o
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[20:28] <toMeloos> hi dmsimard. I'm trying to provision some monitors using the Telekomcloud eisbrecher branch and I got stuck on this: http://pastebin.com/84772dTC
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[20:30] <toMeloos> followed the example-site.pp instructions
[20:30] <toMeloos> so what would be wrong?
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[20:33] <dmsimard> toMeloos: Well it says connection timed out, can the monitors talk to each other ? Are they all in ceph.conf ?
[20:34] <toMeloos> yes they are in ceph.conf and the hosts can ping each other on the given subnet but i don't know if they can talk....
[20:35] <toMeloos> any ceph -s command times out
[20:35] <toMeloos> tried "ceph --name 'client.admin' --keyring '/etc/ceph/keyring' -s" and that doesn't work either.
[20:37] <dmsimard> toMeloos: There's ports that need to be opened, is there a software or hardware firewall somewhere in your setup ?
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[20:41] <toMeloos> no I disabled the drop-all firewall rule already. nothing blocking incoming traffic
[20:43] <toMeloos> dmsimard, I had this issue when I had just provisioned 1 monitor. Now I've got 3 but the problem persists. Don't think that's it
[20:44] <dmick> well, first principles: are the mons actually running?
[20:44] <dmick> if they are, can you ceph daemon <mon.name> mon_status on the host where the mon is running for each?
[20:45] <toMeloos> according to "service ceph status" my mon is running
[20:46] <toMeloos> root@vm-1:/var/lib/ceph/mon/mon.1# ceph daemon mon.1 mon_status
[20:46] <toMeloos> { "name": "1",
[20:46] <toMeloos> "rank": -1,
[20:46] <toMeloos> "state": "probing",
[20:46] <toMeloos> "election_epoch": 0,
[20:46] <dmick> all 3? and I trust ps more
[20:46] <toMeloos> "quorum": [],
[20:46] <toMeloos> "outside_quorum": [],
[20:46] <toMeloos> "extra_probe_peers": [],
[20:46] <toMeloos> "sync_provider": [],
[20:46] <toMeloos> "monmap": { "epoch": 0,
[20:46] <toMeloos> "fsid": "65d4a973-accb-4751-8e25-10d3edcdc614",
[20:46] <toMeloos> "modified": "0.000000",
[20:46] <dmick> DON'T PASTE TO IRC
[20:46] <toMeloos> "created": "0.000000",
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[20:46] <pmatulis> here we go
[20:46] <toMeloos> "mons": []}}
[20:46] <toMeloos> so yes
[20:46] <toMeloos> sorry
[20:46] <dmick> yeah, ok, so that monitor isn't talking to the others correctly
[20:47] <dmick> are the other two in similar 'state's? (quorum empty, state probing)
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[20:47] <toMeloos> yes all in probing state
[20:49] <dmick> checking the monitor logs might be instructive; snooping network traffic on port 6789 to see if they're able to contact each other might be as well
[20:53] <toMeloos> checking...
[20:54] <toMeloos> anything wrong about this config by the way? http://pastebin.com/CHFsQKMc
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[20:55] <cjh973> man i gotta thank Li Wang on the mailing list for all the cephfs patches he's done
[20:55] <cjh973> he's doing great work
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[21:14] <alphe> is there a faster way and more secureway to pass data from ceph storage device mounted with cephfs to rbd mounted with kernel module device
[21:14] <alphe> i tryed rsync but it is very slow
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[21:35] <baffle> Is it no longer normal/recommended to have [osd.X] entries in ceph.conf? Since ceph-disk prepare/activate just allocates the next free OSD id..
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[21:45] <Gamekiller77> baffle: as i been told use that for more advance setttings are needed
[21:45] <baffle> Gamekiller77: I.e. if I need OSD-specific parameters?
[21:46] <Gamekiller77> yah
[21:46] <Gamekiller77> i going from not having to having it
[21:46] <Gamekiller77> as i switch journal location
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[21:50] <baffle> Gamekiller77: So do you create your OSDs manually (i.e. partition, --mkfs --mkkey) then? Since if not you don't know wich hosts has wich OSDs.. :-/
[21:51] <Gamekiller77> i use ceph-deploy
[21:51] <Gamekiller77> then do ceph osd tree
[21:51] <Gamekiller77> to see what wehre
[21:51] <Gamekiller77> where
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[21:52] <Gamekiller77> baffle: i use ceph-deploy to prep and activate the disks
[21:52] <Gamekiller77> dose all the nice work for me
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[21:58] <bandrus> Gamekiller77: you can specify journal location under an [osd] section using metavariables, you don't need to go creating a section for each osd, if that's what you mean
[21:59] <bandrus> err, baffe ^
[21:59] <bandrus> http://ceph.com/docs/master/rados/configuration/ceph-conf/#metavariables
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[22:06] <baffle> Hmm, my OSDs won't start at all, in ceph.log I get: ** ERROR: osd init failed: (1) Operation not permitted
[22:07] <baffle> caps for osd.X is [mon] allow profile osd and [osd] allow *
[22:07] <baffle> Shouldn't that do?
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[22:25] <baffle> As long as client.bootstrap-osd exists on disk and in auth; Doing ceph-disk prepare /dev/xxx and hen ceph-disk activate /dev/xxx1 should be enough to get an OSD up and running, right?
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[23:00] <Nats_> anyone know if 'rbd map' and 'rbd unmap' are synchronous with the udev mappings?
[23:00] <dmick> they write to a kernel file which causes udev to do the devtree manipulations
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[23:01] <dmick> (well, which causes the kernel rbd driver to do things that result in udev devtree changes)
[23:01] <Nats_> if i was unclear, i mean: when 'rbd map' exits, is the /dev/rbd/whatever file guaranteed to exist?
[23:01] <dmick> the rbd command does "udevadm settle" after each to wait for the changes to solidify
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[23:01] <dmick> so, should be done by the time the command comes back, yes
[23:01] <Nats_> kpartx for example has a -s mode
[23:02] <Nats_> to force it to wait
[23:02] <Nats_> thanks
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[23:02] <Nats_> i have tried running rbd map/unmap in a tight loop and not noticed issues, but was unsure if that was just luck
[23:03] <dmick> https://github.com/ceph/ceph/blob/master/src/rbd.cc#L1722
[23:05] <Nats_> great
[23:07] <baffle> When trying to start any OSD with cehpx enabled I get "cephx server osd.0: unexpected key: req.key=8bea00cc77de015e expected_key=3ade0f25eb0113ed". Any idea what could cause this? key in "ceph auth list" matches the OSDs keyring.
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[23:09] <baffle> Oh. I found out what it was. [global] keyring was defined.
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[23:57] <grepory> so, i have run into an issue where i need to re-ip my monitors
[23:58] <grepory> i attempted to follow the instructions at for the "unfriendly" method of updating monitor ips in the documentation, but the monitors don't seem to care about the --inject-monmap command line option and still attempt to bind to their old ip addresses

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