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Thread: SES5 via NFS to VMWare6.5: OK=1, FAIL=3

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    SES5 via NFS to VMWare6.5: OK=1, FAIL=3

    Happy MidWinter!

    I tried to mount the SES5 file service at ESXi 6.5, using various protocols (NFS 3/4) and backend store (Object / CephFS). The result is:
    - Combination NFS v3 + CephFS mounts and stores VMDKs fine;
    - Combination NFS v3 + Object mounts, but reports zero available volume, write is not possible;
    - Both combinations with NFS v4 were not mount.
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    Additional info:
    - The SES5 cluster is fresh and updated;
    - The deployment process performed by SALT (as documented);
    - The NFS-Ganesha and users configured via OpenATTIC GUI;
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    - Links to NFS guides are here and here;
    - The attempts to mount these exports at Linux workstation (Debian) gave almost the same results (1 OK and 3 FAILs). For example, on 138 GB share
    # mount.nfs 172.18.66.74:/nfsuobj4/nfsbobj4 /mnt
    # cd /mnt
    # ls -la
    total 4
    drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody nogroup 0 Dec 20 16:25 .
    drwxr-xr-x 23 root root 4096 Mar 16 2017 ..
    # mkdir 1
    # cd 1
    # dd if=/dev/zero of=dd.tmp bs=4K
    dd: error writing dd.tmp: Input/output error
    25018+0 records in
    25017+0 records out
    102469632 bytes (102 MB) copied, 0.737502 s, 139 MB/s
    Thus, I'm suspecting something wrong with SES5 NFS and Object store stack, or with the configuration engine scripts.
    The NFS v4 support in OpenAttic/Ganesha/SES5: does it mean v4 or v4.1 of NFS protocol?
    Can anyone give the advice, how to find the workaround to make, for example, combination NFS v4 + Object store operable?

    Cheers!

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    Re: SES5 via NFS to VMWare6.5: OK=1, FAIL=3

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    Re: SES5 via NFS to VMWare6.5: OK=1, FAIL=3

    Hi,

    I know this thread is quite old, but I'm sure the topic is not outdated and maybe other users will encounter similar problems.
    While I can't comment on the NFSv4 mount issue (in my lab environment I can mount both v3 and v4 with both CephFS and RGW) I can explain your Input/Output error.

    There are defaults configured for max write size and max object size:
    Code:
    osd-3:~ # ceph daemon osd.5 config show |grep osd_max_write
        "osd_max_write_size": "90",
    
    osd-3:~ # ceph daemon osd.5 config show |grep osd_max_object_size
        "osd_max_object_size": "134217728",
    I don't know the background but the max object size has been reduced from 100 GB to 128 MB (see this). Here's another thread in the ceph-users mailing list discussing the max writes.
    Considering that I don't think RGW is the place to store large VM disks. Of course you could tweak that value to your needs but there probably was a good reason for that change. Maybe your requirements are not for RGW but for RBD (or CephFS as you already tried).

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