thanks, that fixed it! I should have thought of that sooner. All of the
searches I did for the issue said to restart the mon and osd services, but
those were probably written pre-Mimic.
On Sun, Jan 19, 2020 at 10:37 AM Tomas Petr <tpetr(a)redhat.com> wrote:
this is actually reported by MRG daemons, so you have to set it in
ceph.conf on nodes where the MGR are running under [global] or [mgr]
section and restart the mgr services.
Then the warning should go off.
Senior Technical Support Engineer
Red Hat Ceph Storage
On Sun, Jan 19, 2020 at 3:57 PM Wyllys Ingersoll <
We have a Mimic 13.2.8 cluster that is showing WARN:
"too many PGs per OSD (239 > max 200)"
However, I changed the mon_max_pg_per_osd level to 300 and restarted all
of the MON and OSD daemons, but the warning persists.
If I check the settings using the admin-daemon socket, they all report
the new value (300), but the warning will not go away and still reports it
as 200 in the health status.
How can I clear this state and get the system to reflect the correct
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