Mark Schouten <mark(a)tuxis.nl>
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----- Originele bericht -----
Van: James Page (james.page(a)canonical.com)
Datum: 28-08-2019 11:02
Naar: Mark Schouten (mark(a)tuxis.nl)
Onderwerp: Re: [ceph-users] Upgrade procedure on Ubuntu Bionic with stock packages
On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 9:51 AM Mark Schouten <mark(a)tuxis.nl> wrote:
I have a cluster running on Ubuntu Bionic, with stock Ubuntu Ceph packages. When
upgrading, I always try to follow the procedure as documented here:
However, the Ubuntu packages restart all daemons upon upgrade, per node. So if I upgrade
the first node, it will restart mon, osds, rgw, and mds'es on that node, even though
the rest of the cluster is running the old version.
I tried upgrading a single package, to see how that goes, but due to dependencies in dpkg,
all other packages are upgraded as well.
This is a known issue in the Ceph packages in Ubuntu:
the behaviour of debhelper (which generates snippets for maintainer scripts) changed and
it was missed - fix being worked on at the moment.