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Other naming conventions are possible, and might conflict with thenaming convention described here. For example, userid/ is apossible name for an RBD image, and such a name might (at the least) beconfusing.

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To remove a block device from a pool, run the following command but replaceimage-name with the name of the image to be removed, and replacepool-name with the name of the pool from which the image is to beremoved:

To remove a deferred block device from a pool, run the following command butreplace image- with the ID of the image to be removed, and replacepool-name with the name of the pool from which the image is to beremoved:

Ceph Storage 4 now incorporates a generic metrics gathering framework within the OSDs and MGRs to provide built-in monitoring, and new RBD performance monitoring tools are built on top of this framework to translate individual RADOS object metrics into aggregated RBD image metrics for Input/Output Operations per Second (IOPS), throughput, and latency. These metrics are generated and processed within the Ceph cluster itself, so there is no need for access to client nodes to scrape metrics.

The Prometheus exporter metrics includes read/write operations and byte counters in addition to read/write latency measurements. An example of a metric export for image image0 in the rbd pool is provided here:

The rbd perf image iotop command provides an iotop-like view of the images ranked by the highest usage of write ops, read-ops, write-bytes, read-bytes, write-latency, and read-latency. These categories can be sorted dynamically by using the left and right arrow keys.

The rbd perf image iostat command provides an iostat-like view of images, sorted by one of the available metrics. The output can also be formatted as JSON or XML for ingestion by other tools, and the sort column can be changed via command line options.

One final bit of awesomeness is the support for LibRBD front-end QoS delivered by the management dashboard, enabling operators to conventintly configure this mechanism from the GUI when defining a storage pool or an individual RBD image, as is shown in the next picture.

The `self.rbd.Image` invocation requires write privileges to the image's pool.This goes against the recommended caps set: -openstack/The workaround is to revert the change or temporarily set the write access as allowed for Cinder.

After upgrading openstack volume from image creation fails. This means new instances also fail.I have been debugging this issue because it was also affecting us after upgrading openstack and getting the new cinder code that corrects the problem with the stripe unit (in cinder it uses by default 8MB but in glance it uses 4MB).

rbd is a utility for manipulating rados block device (RBD) images,used by the Linux rbd driver and the rbd storage driver for QEMU/KVM.RBD images are simple block devices that are striped over objects andstored in a RADOS object store. The size of the objects the image isstriped over must be a power of two.

Option for lock add that allows multiple clients to lock thesame image if they use the same tag. The tag is an arbitrarystring. This is useful for situations where an image mustbe open from more than one client at once, like duringlive migration of a virtual machine, or for use underneatha clustered file system.

Specifies which options to use when mapping or unmapping an image via therbd kernel driver. krbd-options is a comma-separated list of options(similar to mount(8) mount options). See kernel rbd (krbd) options sectionbelow for more details.

Specifies that the diff should be limited to the extents of a full objectinstead of showing intra-object deltas. When the object map feature isenabled on an image, limiting the diff to the object extents willdramatically improve performance since the differences can be computedby examining the in-memory object map instead of querying RADOS for eachobject within the image.

If image is a clone, copy all shared blocks from the parent snapshot andmake the child independent of the parent, severing the link betweenparent snap and child. The parent snapshot can be unprotected anddeleted if it has no further dependent clones.

Create a new image and imports its data from path (use - forstdin). The import operation will try to create sparse rbd imagesif possible. For import from stdin, the sparsification unit isthe data block size of the destination image (object size).

Import an incremental diff of an image and applies it to the current image. If the diffwas generated relative to a start snapshot, we verify that snapshot already exists beforecontinuing. If there was an end snapshot we verify it does not already exist beforeapplying the changes, and create the snapshot when we are done.

Will dump information (such as size and object size) about a specific rbd image.If image is a clone, information about its parent is also displayed.If a snapshot is specified, whether it is protected is shown as well.

Cancel image migration. This step may be run after successful orfailed migration prepare or migration execute steps and returns theimage to its initial (before migration) state. All modifications tothe destination image are lost.

Disable RBD mirroring by default within a pool. When mirroringis disabled on a pool in this way, mirroring will also bedisabled on any images (within the pool) for which mirroringwas enabled explicitly.

Enable RBD mirroring by default within a pool.The mirroring mode can either be pool or image.If configured in pool mode, all images in the poolwith the journaling feature enabled are mirrored.If configured in image mode, mirroring needs to beexplicitly enabled (by mirror image enable command)on each image.

RBD images are striped over many objects, which are then stored by theCeph distributed object store (RADOS). As a result, read and writerequests for the image are distributed across many nodes in thecluster, generally preventing any single node from becoming abottleneck when individual images get large or busy.

By default, [stripe_unit] is the same as the object size and [stripe_count] is 1. Specifying a different[stripe_unit] requires that the STRIPINGV2 feature be supported (added in Ceph v0.53) and format 2 images beused.

notrim - Turn off discard and write zeroes offload support to avoiddeprovisioning a fully provisioned image (since 4.17). When enabled, discardrequests will fail with -EOPNOTSUPP, write zeroes requests will fall back tomanually zeroing.

alloc_size - Minimum allocation unit of the underlying OSD object storebackend (since 5.1, default is 64K bytes). This is used to round off anddrop discards that are too small. For bluestore, the recommended setting isbluestore_min_alloc_size (typically 64K for hard disk drives and 16K forsolid-state drives). For filestore with filestore_punch_hole = false, therecommended setting is image object size (typically 4M).

Many of the features supported by Ceph for image formats on a Rados Block Device are not yet supported by the kernel module included with UEK R4 update 2. This can cause problems when mapping an image to a block device resulting in the following error:

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"No member of the office in charge of the project has been in contact with the magazine and has never been provided with any details regarding these projects. There is respect, affection and mutual support between the members of RBD and Alfonso Herrera, so this article only attempts to discredit and attack the image, reputation, honorability and integrity of the group," reads the band's statement.

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It looks like an it was expecting a qcow2 image but instead got a raw image. You should try to upload the image again, in raw format, and specify it is a raw image (although by default OpenNebula assumes the image in RAW format).

If you would just try to start the guests on the remaining secondary cluster (site B), a container will not start, and a VM could start (if KRBD is disabled), but will report IO errors very quickly. This is due to the fact that the target images are marked as such (non-primary) and won't allow writing to them from our guests.

By promoting an image or a all images in a pool, we can tell Ceph that they are now the primary ones to be used. In a planned failover, we would first demote the images on site A before we promote the images on site B. In a recovery situation with site A down, we need to `--force` the promotion.

Once the RBD mirror daemon on site A is up and running, the images need to be flagged for a resync. Until then, the RBD mirror daemon on site A will log problems. Run the following commands for each image (or script it):

Then power down the guest and wait for another successful mirroring to site A.Once we are sure that the disk images have been mirrored after we have shutdown the guest, we can demote the image(s) on site B and promote them on site A. 041b061a72

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