On Thu, Jun 3, 2021 at 2:34 AM Ansgar Jazdzewski
> Hi folks,
> I'm fine with dropping Filestore in the R release!
> Only one thing to add is: please add a warning to all versions we can upgrade from to the R release son not only Quincy but also pacific!
> Neha Ojha <nojha(a)redhat.com> schrieb am Di., 1. Juni 2021, 21:24:
>> Hello everyone,
>> Given that BlueStore has been the default and more widely used
>> objectstore since quite some time, we would like to understand whether
>> we can consider deprecating FileStore in our next release, Quincy and
>> remove it in the R release. There is also a proposal  to add a
>> health warning to report FileStore OSDs.
>> We discussed this topic in the Ceph Month session today  and there
>> were no objections from anybody on the call. I wanted to reach out to
>> the list to check if there are any concerns about this or any users
>> who will be impacted by this decision.
>>  https://github.com/ceph/ceph/pull/39440
>>  https://pad.ceph.com/p/ceph-month-june-2021
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A couple of key developers on the core team are out for a national
holiday today and I'm trying to catch up on a couple of projects, so
let's cancel the meeting for today. Have a great weekend everyone!
Given that BlueStore has been the default and more widely used
objectstore since quite some time, we would like to understand whether
we can consider deprecating FileStore in our next release, Quincy and
remove it in the R release. There is also a proposal  to add a
health warning to report FileStore OSDs.
We discussed this topic in the Ceph Month session today  and there
were no objections from anybody on the call. I wanted to reach out to
the list to check if there are any concerns about this or any users
who will be impacted by this decision.
i am glad to announce that with the help of Sven and Chris,
ceph-client homebrew for MacOS was updated with a recent master
commit. this homebrew provides some essential client side tools and
libraries which allow us to talk to a ceph cluster from MacOS machine,
in addition to the executables and libraries, the brew also packages
the header files. so, if you are up to do some development with
librados, librbd and libcephfs, you can also have the necessary bits
from the brew. see
it comes with a pre-bottled brew for BigSur on amd64.
the last release of the brew was packaged 3 years ago with mimic-13.2.2 .
please note, this is not official - do not expect frequent updates or
We are planning to test and release the next pacific point release
later this month.
If you have any code changes that are to be included pls raise PRs and
add labels "nautilus -batch1" and "needs-qa".
> As nautilus is nearing its EOL we are planning to do a next (maybe the
> last) point release - nautilus 14.2.22 in the first part of June 2021.
> If you have any code changes that are to be included pls raise PRs and
> add labels "nautilus -batch1" and "needs-qa", so they can be tested
> and merged in time for 14.2.22.
Can somebody take a look into ? Seems nautilus 14.2.17 regression
 https://tracker.ceph.com/issues/50249 <https://tracker.ceph.com/issues/50249>
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