2 of the OSD showing down

Aug 16, 2023
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Dear All,
we are using proxmox 8 EE, when checking ceph status we see 2 OSD down, is this normal or is there any serious issues in the hard disk
Do we need to think that there is problem in disk , screen shot and command line status given
Guidance requested


root@pve-5:~# pveceph status cluster: id: 6346d7b8-713e-4a84-be38-7fd483f49da0 health: HEALTH_OK services: mon: 3 daemons, quorum pve-1,pve-2,pve-3 (age 11d) mgr: pve-1(active, since 11d) osd: 56 osds: 54 up (since 11m), 54 in (since 72m) data: pools: 2 pools, 513 pgs objects: 1.49M objects, 5.5 TiB usage: 16 TiB used, 62 TiB / 79 TiB avail pgs: 513 active+clean io: client: 0 B/s rd, 4.9 MiB/s wr, 0 op/s rd, 149 op/s wr

Thanks
Joseph John
 

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Hello, could you try starting the OSDs. Should an error happen, please post the output of journalctl -u ceph-osd@OSD_NUMBER.service. To start a OSD you can go to Datacenter->{node}->Ceph->OSD (The start button is in the top right) on the web UI.

Note that the cluster is healthy and managed to recover, meaning that no data was lost :).
 
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Like to update, from the GUI, I click the OSD and clicked it start and it is working now all the OSD up

root@pve-3:~# pveceph status
cluster: id: 6346d7b8-713e-4a84-be38-7fd483f49da0 health: HEALTH_OK services: mon: 3 daemons, quorum pve-1,pve-2,pve-3 (age 11d) mgr: pve-1(active, since 11d) osd: 64 osds: 64 up (since 2m), 64 in (since 2m); 33 remapped pgs data: pools: 2 pools, 513 pgs objects: 1.49M objects, 5.5 TiB usage: 16 TiB used, 77 TiB / 93 TiB avail pgs: 80797/4461456 objects misplaced (1.811%) 479 active+clean 20 active+remapped+backfilling 14 active+remapped+backfill_wait io: client: 0 B/s rd, 8.2 MiB/s wr, 0 op/s rd, 100 op/s wr recovery: 2.0 GiB/s, 529 objects/s

root@pve-3:~#
Thanks
Joseph John
 
Hello, could you try starting the OSDs. Should an error happen, please post the output of journalctl -u ceph-osd@OSD_NUMBER.service. To start a OSD you can go to Datacenter->{node}->Ceph->OSD (The start button is in the top right) on the web UI.

Note that the cluster is healthy and managed to recover, meaning that no data was lost :).
THANKS A lot
 

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