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Ceph Storage User's Guide

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September 2019

Table of Contents

1 Introduction to Ceph Storage for Oracle Linux Release 3.0
1.1 About Ceph Storage for Oracle Linux Release 3.0
1.2 Notable Updates and New Features
2 Installing or Upgrading Ceph Storage for Oracle Linux
2.1 Hardware and Network Requirements
2.2 Operating System Requirements
2.3 Enabling Access to the Ceph Storage for Oracle Linux Packages
2.4 Installing and Configuring a Ceph Storage Cluster
2.4.1 Preparing Ceph Storage Cluster Nodes
2.4.2 Installing and Configuring a Deployment Node
2.4.3 Installing and Configuring Ceph Storage Cluster Nodes
2.4.4 Creating an Object Storage Device (OSD) Node
2.4.5 Creating a Ceph Storage Cluster Administration Host
2.4.6 Deploying the Ceph Manager Dashboard
2.5 Removing a Ceph Storage Cluster Node
2.5.1 Removing an OSD Node
2.5.2 Removing a Ceph Monitor Node
2.6 Upgrading Ceph Storage Cluster Nodes
2.6.1 Upgrading Oracle Linux
2.6.2 Upgrading Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel
2.6.3 Upgrading Ceph Storage for Oracle Linux
3 Using Ceph Storage for Oracle Linux
3.1 Setting Up a Ceph Block Device
3.1.1 Creating and Removing Ceph Block Devices and Storage Pools
3.1.2 Setting Up Ceph iSCSI Gateway
3.2 Setting Up Ceph Object Gateway
3.2.1 Setting Up Simple Ceph Object Gateway
3.2.2 Setting Up Multi-site Ceph Object Gateway
3.2.3 Exporting Ceph Object Gateway Over NFS
3.3 Setting Up and Using Ceph FS
3.3.1 Setting Up Ceph FS
3.3.2 Mounting Ceph FS
3.3.3 Exporting Ceph FS Over NFS
3.3.4 Mounting Ceph FS over NFS
4 Known Issues
4.1 ceph-deploy tool not compatible with previous releases
4.2 ceph-deploy purge command does not clean up OSD disk volumes or labels
4.3 Some RBD features not supported in UEK R5
4.4 Ceph Object Gateway does not support HTTP and HTTPS concurrently
4.5 NFS exports using nfs-ganesha are read-only if SELinux enabled
4.6 TLS SecurityWarning: Certificate has no subjectAltName
Ceph Terminology