Mount CephFS using ceph-fuse on boot

Hello all,

I am wondering if someone can figure a way around my issue. I would like to mount cephfs using ceph-fuse on boot. I have added the correct values to /etc/fstab and can mount the drive using mount -a.

However, when the machine boots, it cannot get the keyring and conf from /etc/pve, and therefore fails. I tried adding a script to /etc/network/if-up.d/, but realized (obviously) that it still takes time for the cluster daemon to do it's thing after the network comes online...

Does anyone have any suggestions? Is there something obvious that I am missing?

Thank you in advance for your help!
Jason
 

Patrick Zippenfenig

Active Member
Mar 27, 2014
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hi,

Code:
client_mountpoint=/,id=admin,mon_host=10.0.0.126,mon_host=10.0.0.127,mon_host=10.0.0.128,key=AUTH_KEY    /ceph    fuse.ceph    defaults,noatime    0    0

not the best solution, but it works.

Patrick
 

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