I upgraded my CEPH cluster without properly following the mon upgrade so they were no longer on leveldb.
Proxmox and CEPH were updated to latest for current release.
The upgrade to Quincy states a recommendation that Mons are using RocksDB...
I have a question regarding the upgrade process for Proxmox VE in combination with Ceph.
Currently, my Proxmox VE setup is running version 7, and I also have Ceph installed with version 15.2.17 (Octopus). I am planning to upgrade Proxmox VE to version 8, as per the official upgrade...
I run a 3-node PVE with CEPH.
I migrated all VMs away from node 3, upgraded to the latest CEPH (Quincy) and then started the PVE 7 to 8 upgrade on node 3.
After rebooting node 3 (now PVE 8), everything seemed to work well. So I migrated two VMs, one each from node 1 (still on PVE 7) and node 2...
Yesterday I upgraded my Proxmox servers following https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Ceph_Pacific_to_Quincy
I face the issue not longer to be able to create new osd's:
# pveceph osd create /dev/sdb -db_dev /dev/nvme1n1
binary not installed: /usr/sbin/ceph-volume
After the overall good feedback in the Ceph Quincy preview thread, and no new issues popping up when testing the first point release (17.2.1), we are confident to mark the Proxmox VE integration and build of Ceph Quincy as stable and supported when used with pve-manager in version...