[ceph-users] Does anyone use interactive CLI mode?
eblock at nde.ag
Thu Oct 11 02:00:50 PDT 2018
I only tried to use the Ceph CLI once out of curiosity, simply because
it is there, but I don't really benefit from it.
Usually when I'm working with clusters it requires a combination of
different commands (rbd, rados, ceph etc.), so this would mean either
exiting and entering the CLI back and forth or switching between
different terminal windows/tabs. Running all the necessary commands
from the same terminal is much more comfortable and auto completion
makes it even easier.
That's why I join the previous comments, I wouldn't mind if the CLI
would be removed.
Zitat von Brady Deetz <bdeetz at gmail.com>:
> I run 2 clusters and have never purposely executed the interactive cli. I
> save remove the code bloat.
> On Wed, Oct 10, 2018 at 9:20 AM John Spray <jspray at redhat.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Since time immemorial, the Ceph CLI has had a mode where when run with
>> no arguments, you just get an interactive prompt that lets you run
>> commands without "ceph" at the start.
>> I recently discovered that we actually broke this in Mimic, and it
>> seems that nobody noticed!
>> So the question is: does anyone actually use this feature? It's not
>> particularly expensive to maintain, but it might be nice to have one
>> less path through the code if this is entirely unused.
>> 1. https://github.com/ceph/ceph/pull/24521
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