So I have been using my Hyperconverged RHV environment and it’s been working nicely for me. I upgraded the switch that hosts the Ceph Cluster interfaces to a 10g backplane which definitely helped with performance, but that’s isn’t what I wanted to post about. I wanted to post about Christmas!
I have been working on a home lab and since I haven’t had much experience with Gluster and we now support CephFS, I wanted to take a swing at deploying a CephFS backed RHV cluster. First, apparently this is not a supported deployment configuration from Red Hat at the time
**Note: Since creating this post, I’ve attended training and have passed the certification to be an Executive Bourbon Steward. During the course of this training, I’ve learned that a couple items in the original post were incorrect. I’ve edited the content for accuracy. I was boarding my flight to New
Recently I experienced unhealthy containers in my OSP13 deployment: [root@overcloud-controller-0 ~]# docker ps | grep unheal 8d1596305185 172.16.0.11:8787/rhosp13/openstack-gnocchi-statsd:13.0-54 "kolla_start" 23 hours ago Up 23 hours (unhealthy) gnocchi_statsd ef2aeb43a2f0 172.16.0.11:8787/rhosp13/openstack-nova-placement-api:13.0-58 "kolla_start" 23 hours ago Up 30 minutes (unhealthy) nova_placement Taking a closer look at them, gave me something to look for: