[ceph-users] priorize degraged objects than misplaced

Fabio Abreu fabioabreureis at gmail.com
Mon Mar 11 10:45:20 PDT 2019


I am looking  one problematic pg on my disaster scenario and look at
bellow :

root at monitor~# ceph pg ls-by-pool cinder_sata | grep 5.5b7
5.5b7   26911   29      53851   107644  29      112248188928    53258
53258   active+recovering+undersized+degraded+remapped  2019-03-11
14:05:29.857657      95096'33589806  95169:37258027  [96,47,38]
96      [154]   15465986'27640790  2019-01-21 19:36:06.645070
65986'27640790  2019-01-21 19:36:06.645070

My problematic pg  has 3 osds acting and one another osd acting primary :

up          up_primary      acting  acting_primary
9  [96,47,38]      96          [154]    154

If I compare with a good one we look this :

up_primary      acting          acting_primary
85          [85,102,143]    85

The problematic pg scenario is a normal thing ?



Regards,
Fabio Abreu








On Mon, Mar 11, 2019 at 9:01 AM David Turner <drakonstein at gmail.com> wrote:

> Ceph has been getting better and better about prioritizing this sorry of
> recovery, but free of those optimizations are in Jewel, which had been out
> of the support cycle for about a year. You should look into upgrading to
> mimic where you should see a pretty good improvement on this sorry of
> prioritization.
>
> On Sat, Mar 9, 2019, 3:10 PM Fabio Abreu <fabioabreureis at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> HI Everybody,
>>
>> I have a doubt about degraded objects in the Jewel 10.2.7 version, can I
>> priorize the degraded objects than misplaced?
>>
>> I asking this because I try simulate a disaster recovery scenario.
>>
>>
>> Thanks and best regards,
>> Fabio Abreu Reis
>> http://fajlinux.com.br
>> *Tel : *+55 21 98244-0161
>> *Skype : *fabioabreureis
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>

-- 
Atenciosamente,
Fabio Abreu Reis
http://fajlinux.com.br
*Tel : *+55 21 98244-0161
*Skype : *fabioabreureis
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