> Hey Folks,
> Do we have some better solution that I was not aware of at the moment?
> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
> From: Deepika Upadhyay <dupadhya(a)redhat.com>
> Date: Tue, Dec 29, 2020 at 11:33 PM
> Subject: Re: how to fix ceph vulnerability
> To: Minor, Mona <Mona.Minor(a)unisys.com>
> Hey Mona,
> Thanks for opting for Ceph and your security review could be useful for us
> in the future.
> We would love to have feedback/feel free to open PR/issue on things you
> want to be fixed.
> For the time being, I could suggest you to use nautilus stable release,
> which is a version older and hence has more stability.
> ceph/daemon:latest-nautilus-devel (centos 7.9.2009)
> if you want you can
> your own registry with updates you desire. [ Please check license and other
> stuff prior although ]
> A better place to have more suggestion would be a ceph-devel list for more
> On Tue, Dec 29, 2020 at 8:15 PM Minor, Mona <Mona.Minor(a)unisys.com> wrote:
>> Hi Deepika,
>> I am working on a project where I need storage for my kubernetes pods.
>> I am looking to get the storage from ceph cluster.
>> ceph is very nice tool for completing most of the storage requirements.
>> but, I am in doubt to proceed ahead as I found that ceph is “vulnerable”.
>> I tried to setup cluster with cephadm tool as well as ceph-ansible tool
>> as well. After then that I also tried ceph with rook as well.
>> the image that’s available on docker hub (ceph/ceph) that doesn’t having
>> any Dockerfile.
>> I scanned the ceph:v15.xx image with “trivy”, and its generated report
>> with some vulnerability (with HIGH , CRITICAL ).
>> I am interested to get any ceph image that is not vulnerable.
>> please let me know if any image is available or any process that I have
>> to follow for getting ceph image that is not vulnerable.
>> For your reference I have attached generated trivy report for ceph.
>> Kindly have a look on them
>> Thank You and Regards,
>> Mona Minor
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I am new to opensource and looking to start contributions in this
organisation to work with it in GSoC 21.
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I am Mariam Fahmy, I am a software engineering undergraduate from AinShams
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improving process efficiency, and enjoy exploring and learning new
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