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Ceph MON (monitor daemon) From Ceph-Docker
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ceph-mon

This Dockerfile may be used to bootstrap a Ceph cluster or add a mon to an existing cluster.

Usage

The environment variables MON_NAME and MON_IP are required:

  • MON_NAME is the name of the monitor
  • MON_IP is the IP address of the monitor (public)

For example:
docker run -e MON_IP=192.168.101.50 -e MON_NAME=mymon ceph/mon

If you have an existing Ceph cluster and are only looking to add a monitor, you will need at least four files in /etc/ceph:

  • ceph.conf - The main ceph configuration file, which may be obtained from an existing ceph monitor
  • ceph.client.admin.keyring - The administrator key of the cluster, which may be obtained from an existing ceph monitor by ceph auth get client.admin -o /tmp/ceph.client.admin.keyring
  • ceph.mon.keyring - The monitor key, which may be obtained from an existinv ceph monitor by ceph auth get mon. -o /tmp/ceph.mon.keyring
  • monmap - The present monitor map of the cluster, which may be obtained from an existing ceph monitor by ceph mon getmap -o /tmp/monmap

Otherwise, if you are bootstrapping a new cluster, these will be generated for you.

Commonly, you will want to bind-mount your host's /etc/ceph into the container. For example:
docker run -e MON_IP=192.168.101.50 -e MON_NAME=mymon -v /etc/ceph:/etc/ceph ceph/mon

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