[ceph-users] Full L3 Ceph

Robin H. Johnson robbat2 at gentoo.org
Thu Nov 22 16:29:17 PST 2018

On Fri, Nov 23, 2018 at 04:03:25AM +0700, Lazuardi Nasution wrote:
> I'm looking example Ceph configuration and topology on full layer 3
> networking deployment. Maybe all daemons can use loopback alias address in
> this case. But how to set cluster network and public network configuration,
> using supernet? I think using loopback alias address can prevent the
> daemons down due to physical interfaces disconnection and can load balance
> traffic between physical interfaces without interfaces bonding, but with
I can say I've done something similar**, but I don't have access to that
environment or most*** of the configuration anymore.

One of the parts I do recall, was explicitly setting cluster_network
and public_network to empty strings, AND using public_addr+cluster_addr
instead, with routable addressing on dummy interfaces (NOT loopback).

**:For values of similar:
- 99.9% IPv6 environment
- BGP everywhere
- The only IPv4 was on the outside of HAProxy for legacy IPv4 clients.
- Quanta switchgear running Cumulus Linux, 10Gbit ports
- Hosts running Cumulus quagga fork (REQUIRED)
- Host to 2xToR using IPv6 link-local addressing only
- Reliable ~19Gbit aggregate (2x10GBit)
- watch out for NIC overheating: no warning, just thermal throttle down
  to ~2.5Gbit/port.

***:Some parts of the configuration ARE public:

Robin Hugh Johnson
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