The bin/boot scripts and Dockerfiles were inspired by
Seán C. McCord's docker-ceph repository.
This Docker image is based on the official
Please add any issues you find with this software to the
The store component is comprised of four containers:
- store-daemon - the daemon which serves data
(in Ceph, this is an object store daemon, or OSD)
- store-gateway - the blob store gateway,
offering Swift and S3-compatible bucket APIs
- store-metadata - the metadata service necessary
to use the CephFS shared filesystem (in Ceph, this is a metadata server daemon, or MDS)
- store-monitor - the service responsible for
keeping track of the cluster state (this is also called a monitor in Ceph)
These are all based upon the store-base image,
which is a Docker container that preinstalls Ceph.
Please consult the Makefile for current instructions on how to build, test, push,
install, and start deis/store.
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@hbokh: you actually don't need to worry about changing /etc/deis-release -- doing a
deisctl config platform set version=v1.0.1 will cause that version to be used for the images. The version in
/etc/deis-release is used as a default when that etcd key doesn't exist. Having a "latest" in /etc/deis-release is also a symptom of provisioning the machines from the master branch of Deis and not using a specific version's tag.
When installing Deis, change "latest" to "v1.0.1" in /etc/deis-release. Still needed in Deis v1.0.1.