On Tue, Jan 14, 2020 at 5:15 AM Florian Pritz
<florian.pr...@rise-world.com> wrote:
> `ceph daemon mds.$hostname perf dump | grep stray` shows:
>
> > "num_strays": 0,
> > "num_strays_delayed": 0,
> > "num_strays_enqueuing": 0,
> > "strays_created": 5097138,
> > "strays_enqueued": 5097138,
> > "strays_reintegrated": 0,
> > "strays_migrated": 0,

Can you also paste the purge queue ("pq") perf dump?

It's possible the MDS has hit an ENOSPC condition that caused the MDS
to go read-only. This would prevent the MDS PurgeQueue from cleaning
up. Do you see a health warning that the MDS is in this state? Is so,
please try restarting the MDS.

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Patrick Donnelly, Ph.D.
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Senior Software Engineer
Red Hat Sunnyvale, CA
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