[ceph-users] ceph-disk is now deprecated
Wido den Hollander
wido at 42on.com
Tue Nov 28 00:12:56 PST 2017
> Op 27 november 2017 om 14:36 schreef Alfredo Deza <adeza at redhat.com>:
> For the upcoming Luminous release (12.2.2), ceph-disk will be
> officially in 'deprecated' mode (bug fixes only). A large banner with
> deprecation information has been added, which will try to raise
As much as I like ceph-volume and the work being done, is it really a good idea to use a minor release to deprecate a tool?
Can't we just introduce ceph-volume and deprecate ceph-disk at the release of M? Because when you upgrade to 12.2.2 suddenly existing integrations will have deprecation warnings being thrown at them while they haven't upgraded to a new major version.
As ceph-deploy doesn't support ceph-disk either I don't think it's a good idea to deprecate it right now.
How do others feel about this?
> We are strongly suggesting using ceph-volume for new (and old) OSD
> deployments. The only current exceptions to this are encrypted OSDs
> and FreeBSD systems
> Encryption support is planned and will be coming soon to ceph-volume.
> A few items to consider:
> * ceph-disk is expected to be fully removed by the Mimic release
> * Existing OSDs are supported by ceph-volume. They can be "taken over" 
> * ceph-ansible already fully supports ceph-volume and will soon default to it
> * ceph-deploy support is planned and should be fully implemented soon
>  http://docs.ceph.com/docs/master/ceph-volume/simple/
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