This is our fifth release for Ceph Nautilus and our second release for Ceph Octopus, featuring new features, user experience enhancements, and bugfixes.
Please read the upgrade notes at the end of this post carefully before upgrading.
#Graphite stats cleanup
Croit will now automatically delete old graphite stats.
By default stats older than 14 days will be deleted.
You can change this by setting
config.yml to some other value.
0 will disable stats cleanup.
#realmd + sssd
Experimental: You can now configure Samba to authenticate using realmd and sssd.
#Edit MAC addresses
You can now edit MAC addresses when replacing NICs in a server.
Editing only works while the server is offline.
Take a look at our Docs for the NIC replacement process.
#RBD Snapshot hook
There is a new
OnRbdSnapshotComplete hook. It works in a similar way to
OnCephFsSnapshotComplete, i.e. it is fired once an automatic RBD snapshot is completed.
#S3 bucket policy management
You can now configure S3 bucket policies through croit. Just click on any bucket and you will see a new policy button.
You can now track IO statistics gathered from
rbd perf image iostat. You first need to activate monitoring for an RBD by clicking the new Monitor button.
Monitored RBDs will have a Statistics button that will open a statistics view.
Monitoring only works while there is IO on the RBD.
RBDs without IO load will not update their statistics.
- A daily croit backup is automatically stored on all MONs in
- MDSs are configured as Active/Standby-replay/Standby by default
- iSCSI gateways can now be located in networks other than the management network
- Templates are available during cluster setup
- TaskAdvisor hints are sorted by severity
- lots of bugs fixed
If you have enabled the auto-updater, your croit instance should update itself.
As always: ensure that you have a working backup (like our encrypted cloud backup) before upgrading the container.
When upgrading from v1901 or earlier or if you are not yet running Ceph Nautilus: Please refer to the upgrade instructions in the release notes of our v1910 release.
docker rm -f croit docker run --cap-add=SYS_TIME --net=host -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock --restart=always --volumes-from croit-data --name croit -d croit/croit:v2012