[CentOS-devel] When will Centos support SUSE lrbd for high availability iSCSI gateways of Ceph RBD images
kdreyer at redhat.com
Mon Oct 31 14:48:49 UTC 2016
This question came up in the context of Ubuntu as well @
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ceph/+bug/1636544 . I'm
curious what article you were reading?
Pasting from my response there,
To clarify the list of supported OSes for lrbd: I am leaning towards
retiring lrbd from Fedora, and we have no plans to ship that tool on
RHEL 7 within Red Hat.
Instead, we're going to use these projects to manage the userland iSCSI bits:
We have not put ceph-iscsi-ansible into Fedora yet because there is
still some question regarding whether ceph-iscsi-ansible upstream will
eventually merge with ceph-ansible upstream, but it's in progress.
On Sun, Oct 30, 2016 at 9:37 PM, iesool at 126.com <iesool at 126.com> wrote:
> Hi all：
> I read their article about LIO using RBD iSCSI multiple gateway and path
> support for high availability iSCSI targets. SUSE, Fedora24, and RHEL7
> already supports lrbd, but Centos do not.
> When will Centos support SUSE lrbd for high availability iSCSI gateways
> of Ceph RBD images？
> iesool at 126.com
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