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# Define the settings for the rook-ceph cluster with common settings for a production cluster.
# All nodes with available raw devices will be used for the Ceph cluster. At least three nodes are required
# in this example. See the documentation for more details on storage settings available.
# For example, to create the cluster:
# kubectl create -f crds.yaml -f common.yaml -f operator.yaml
# kubectl create -f cluster.yaml
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apiVersion: ceph.rook.io/v1
kind: CephCluster
metadata:
name: rook-ceph
namespace: rook-ceph
spec:
cephVersion:
# The container image used to launch the Ceph daemon pods (mon, mgr, osd, mds, rgw).
# v13 is mimic, v14 is nautilus, and v15 is octopus.
# RECOMMENDATION: In production, use a specific version tag instead of the general v14 flag, which pulls the latest release and could result in different
# versions running within the cluster. See tags available at https://hub.docker.com/r/ceph/ceph/tags/.
# If you want to be more precise, you can always use a timestamp tag such ceph/ceph:v16.2.4-20210514
# This tag might not contain a new Ceph version, just security fixes from the underlying operating system, which will reduce vulnerabilities
image: ceph/ceph:v16.2.5
# Whether to allow unsupported versions of Ceph. Currently `nautilus` and `octopus` are supported.
# Future versions such as `pacific` would require this to be set to `true`.
# Do not set to true in production.
allowUnsupported: false
# The path on the host where configuration files will be persisted. Must be specified.
# Important: if you reinstall the cluster, make sure you delete this directory from each host or else the mons will fail to start on the new cluster.
# In Minikube, the '/data' directory is configured to persist across reboots. Use "/data/rook" in Minikube environment.
dataDirHostPath: /var/lib/rook
# Whether or not upgrade should continue even if a check fails
# This means Ceph's status could be degraded and we don't recommend upgrading but you might decide otherwise
# Use at your OWN risk
# To understand Rook's upgrade process of Ceph, read https://rook.io/docs/rook/master/ceph-upgrade.html#ceph-version-upgrades
skipUpgradeChecks: false
# Whether or not continue if PGs are not clean during an upgrade
continueUpgradeAfterChecksEvenIfNotHealthy: false
# WaitTimeoutForHealthyOSDInMinutes defines the time (in minutes) the operator would wait before an OSD can be stopped for upgrade or restart.
# If the timeout exceeds and OSD is not ok to stop, then the operator would skip upgrade for the current OSD and proceed with the next one
# if `continueUpgradeAfterChecksEvenIfNotHealthy` is `false`. If `continueUpgradeAfterChecksEvenIfNotHealthy` is `true`, then opertor would
# continue with the upgrade of an OSD even if its not ok to stop after the timeout. This timeout won't be applied if `skipUpgradeChecks` is `true`.
# The default wait timeout is 10 minutes.
waitTimeoutForHealthyOSDInMinutes: 10
mon:
# Set the number of mons to be started. Must be an odd number, and is generally recommended to be 3.
count: 3
# The mons should be on unique nodes. For production, at least 3 nodes are recommended for this reason.
# Mons should only be allowed on the same node for test environments where data loss is acceptable.
allowMultiplePerNode: false
mgr:
# When higher availability of the mgr is needed, increase the count to 2.
# In that case, one mgr will be active and one in standby. When Ceph updates which
# mgr is active, Rook will update the mgr services to match the active mgr.
count: 2
modules:
# Several modules should not need to be included in this list. The "dashboard" and "monitoring" modules
# are already enabled by other settings in the cluster CR.
- name: pg_autoscaler
enabled: true
# enable the ceph dashboard for viewing cluster status
dashboard:
enabled: true
# serve the dashboard under a subpath (useful when you are accessing the dashboard via a reverse proxy)
# urlPrefix: /ceph-dashboard
# serve the dashboard at the given port.
# port: 8443
# serve the dashboard using SSL
ssl: true
# enable prometheus alerting for cluster
monitoring:
# requires Prometheus to be pre-installed
enabled: false
# namespace to deploy prometheusRule in. If empty, namespace of the cluster will be used.
# Recommended:
# If you have a single rook-ceph cluster, set the rulesNamespace to the same namespace as the cluster or keep it empty.
# If you have multiple rook-ceph clusters in the same k8s cluster, choose the same namespace (ideally, namespace with prometheus
# deployed) to set rulesNamespace for all the clusters. Otherwise, you will get duplicate alerts with multiple alert definitions.
rulesNamespace: rook-ceph
network:
# enable host networking
#provider: host
# EXPERIMENTAL: enable the Multus network provider
#provider: multus
#selectors:
# The selector keys are required to be `public` and `cluster`.
# Based on the configuration, the operator will do the following:
# 1. if only the `public` selector key is specified both public_network and cluster_network Ceph settings will listen on that interface
# 2. if both `public` and `cluster` selector keys are specified the first one will point to 'public_network' flag and the second one to 'cluster_network'
#
# In order to work, each selector value must match a NetworkAttachmentDefinition object in Multus
#
#public: public-conf --> NetworkAttachmentDefinition object name in Multus
#cluster: cluster-conf --> NetworkAttachmentDefinition object name in Multus
# Provide internet protocol version. IPv6, IPv4 or empty string are valid options. Empty string would mean IPv4
ipFamily: "IPv6"
# Ceph daemons to listen on both IPv4 and Ipv6 networks
dualStack: false
# enable the crash collector for ceph daemon crash collection
crashCollector:
disable: false
# Uncomment daysToRetain to prune ceph crash entries older than the
# specified number of days.
#daysToRetain: 30
# enable log collector, daemons will log on files and rotate
# logCollector:
# enabled: true
# periodicity: 24h # SUFFIX may be 'h' for hours or 'd' for days.
# automate [data cleanup process](https://github.com/rook/rook/blob/master/Documentation/ceph-teardown.md#delete-the-data-on-hosts) in cluster destruction.
cleanupPolicy:
# Since cluster cleanup is destructive to data, confirmation is required.
# To destroy all Rook data on hosts during uninstall, confirmation must be set to "yes-really-destroy-data".
# This value should only be set when the cluster is about to be deleted. After the confirmation is set,
# Rook will immediately stop configuring the cluster and only wait for the delete command.
# If the empty string is set, Rook will not destroy any data on hosts during uninstall.
confirmation: ""
# sanitizeDisks represents settings for sanitizing OSD disks on cluster deletion
sanitizeDisks:
# method indicates if the entire disk should be sanitized or simply ceph's metadata
# in both case, re-install is possible
# possible choices are 'complete' or 'quick' (default)
method: quick
# dataSource indicate where to get random bytes from to write on the disk
# possible choices are 'zero' (default) or 'random'
# using random sources will consume entropy from the system and will take much more time then the zero source
dataSource: zero
# iteration overwrite N times instead of the default (1)
# takes an integer value
iteration: 1
# allowUninstallWithVolumes defines how the uninstall should be performed
# If set to true, cephCluster deletion does not wait for the PVs to be deleted.
allowUninstallWithVolumes: false
# To control where various services will be scheduled by kubernetes, use the placement configuration sections below.
# The example under 'all' would have all services scheduled on kubernetes nodes labeled with 'role=storage-node' and
# tolerate taints with a key of 'storage-node'.
# placement:
# all:
# nodeAffinity:
# requiredDuringSchedulingIgnoredDuringExecution:
# nodeSelectorTerms:
# - matchExpressions:
# - key: role
# operator: In
# values:
# - storage-node
# podAffinity:
# podAntiAffinity:
# topologySpreadConstraints:
# tolerations:
# - key: storage-node
# operator: Exists
# The above placement information can also be specified for mon, osd, and mgr components
# mon:
# Monitor deployments may contain an anti-affinity rule for avoiding monitor
# collocation on the same node. This is a required rule when host network is used
# or when AllowMultiplePerNode is false. Otherwise this anti-affinity rule is a
# preferred rule with weight: 50.
# osd:
# mgr:
# cleanup:
annotations:
# all:
# mon:
# osd:
# cleanup:
# prepareosd:
# If no mgr annotations are set, prometheus scrape annotations will be set by default.
# mgr:
labels:
# all:
# mon:
# osd:
# cleanup:
# mgr:
# prepareosd:
# monitoring is a list of key-value pairs. It is injected into all the monitoring resources created by operator.
# These labels can be passed as LabelSelector to Prometheus
# monitoring:
resources:
# The requests and limits set here, allow the mgr pod to use half of one CPU core and 1 gigabyte of memory
# mgr:
# limits:
# cpu: "500m"
# memory: "1024Mi"
# requests:
# cpu: "500m"
# memory: "1024Mi"
# The above example requests/limits can also be added to the other components
# mon:
# osd:
# prepareosd:
# mgr-sidecar:
# crashcollector:
# logcollector:
# cleanup:
# The option to automatically remove OSDs that are out and are safe to destroy.
removeOSDsIfOutAndSafeToRemove: false
# priorityClassNames:
# all: rook-ceph-default-priority-class
# mon: rook-ceph-mon-priority-class
# osd: rook-ceph-osd-priority-class
# mgr: rook-ceph-mgr-priority-class
storage: # cluster level storage configuration and selection
useAllNodes: true
useAllDevices: true
#deviceFilter:
config:
# crushRoot: "custom-root" # specify a non-default root label for the CRUSH map
# metadataDevice: "md0" # specify a non-rotational storage so ceph-volume will use it as block db device of bluestore.
# databaseSizeMB: "1024" # uncomment if the disks are smaller than 100 GB
# journalSizeMB: "1024" # uncomment if the disks are 20 GB or smaller
# osdsPerDevice: "1" # this value can be overridden at the node or device level
# encryptedDevice: "true" # the default value for this option is "false"
# Individual nodes and their config can be specified as well, but 'useAllNodes' above must be set to false. Then, only the named
# nodes below will be used as storage resources. Each node's 'name' field should match their 'kubernetes.io/hostname' label.
nodes:
# - name: "server48"
# - name: "server49"
# - name: "server50"
# devices: # specific devices to use for storage can be specified for each node
# - name: "sdb"
# - name: "nvme01" # multiple osds can be created on high performance devices
# config:
# osdsPerDevice: "5"
# - name: "/dev/disk/by-id/ata-ST4000DM004-XXXX" # devices can be specified using full udev paths
# config: # configuration can be specified at the node level which overrides the cluster level config
# - name: "172.17.4.301"
# deviceFilter: "^sd."
# The section for configuring management of daemon disruptions during upgrade or fencing.
disruptionManagement:
# If true, the operator will create and manage PodDisruptionBudgets for OSD, Mon, RGW, and MDS daemons. OSD PDBs are managed dynamically
# via the strategy outlined in the [design](https://github.com/rook/rook/blob/master/design/ceph/ceph-managed-disruptionbudgets.md). The operator will
# block eviction of OSDs by default and unblock them safely when drains are detected.
managePodBudgets: true
# A duration in minutes that determines how long an entire failureDomain like `region/zone/host` will be held in `noout` (in addition to the
# default DOWN/OUT interval) when it is draining. This is only relevant when `managePodBudgets` is `true`. The default value is `30` minutes.
osdMaintenanceTimeout: 30
# A duration in minutes that the operator will wait for the placement groups to become healthy (active+clean) after a drain was completed and OSDs came back up.
# Operator will continue with the next drain if the timeout exceeds. It only works if `managePodBudgets` is `true`.
# No values or 0 means that the operator will wait until the placement groups are healthy before unblocking the next drain.
pgHealthCheckTimeout: 0
# If true, the operator will create and manage MachineDisruptionBudgets to ensure OSDs are only fenced when the cluster is healthy.
# Only available on OpenShift.
manageMachineDisruptionBudgets: false
# Namespace in which to watch for the MachineDisruptionBudgets.
machineDisruptionBudgetNamespace: openshift-machine-api
# healthChecks
# Valid values for daemons are 'mon', 'osd', 'status'
healthCheck:
daemonHealth:
mon:
disabled: false
interval: 45s
osd:
disabled: false
interval: 60s
status:
disabled: false
interval: 60s
# Change pod liveness probe, it works for all mon,mgr,osd daemons
livenessProbe:
mon:
disabled: false
mgr:
disabled: false
osd:
disabled: false