The default rsyslog in centos has been able to do remote logging for many years.
-----Original Message----- Cc: ceph-users Subject: [ceph-users] Re: Questions on Ceph cluster without OS disks Hello Martin, I suspect you're using a central syslog server. Can you share information which central syslog server you use? Is this central server running on ceph cluster, too? Regards Thomas Am 23.03.2020 um 09:39 schrieb Martin Verges: > Hello Thomas, > > by default we allocate 1GB per Host on the Management Node, nothing on > the PXE booted server. > > This value can be changed in the management container config file > (/config/config.yml): > > ... > > logFilesPerServerGB: 1 > > ... > After changing the config, you need to restart the mgmt container. > > -- > Martin Verges > Managing director > > Mobile: +49 174 9335695 > E-Mail: martin.ver...@croit.io <mailto:martin.ver...@croit.io> > Chat: https://t.me/MartinVerges > > croit GmbH, Freseniusstr. 31h, 81247 Munich > CEO: Martin Verges - VAT-ID: DE310638492 Com. register: Amtsgericht > Munich HRB 231263 > > Web: https://croit.io > YouTube: https://goo.gl/PGE1Bx > > > Am Mo., 23. März 2020 um 09:30 Uhr schrieb Thomas Schneider > <74cmo...@gmail.com <mailto:74cmo...@gmail.com>>: > > Hello Martin, > > how much disk space do you reserve for log in the PXE setup? > > Regards > Thomas > > Am 22.03.2020 um 20:50 schrieb Martin Verges: > > Hello Samuel, > > > > we from croit.io <http://croit.io> don't use NFS to boot up > Servers. We copy the OS directly > > into the RAM (approximately 0.5-1GB). Think of it like a > container, you > > start it and throw it away when you no longer need it. > > This way we can save the slots of OS harddisks to add more > storage per node > > and reduce overall costs as 1GB ram is cheaper then an OS disk > and consumes > > less power. > > > > If our management node is down, nothing will happen to the > cluster. No > > impact, no downtime. However, you do need the mgmt node to boot > up the > > cluster. So after a very rare total power outage, your first > system would > > be the mgmt node and then the cluster itself. But again, if you > configure > > your systems correct, no manual work is required to recover from > that. For > > everything else, it is possible (but definitely not needed) to > deploy our > > mgmt node in active/passive HA. > > > > We have multiple hundred installations worldwide in production > > environments. Our strong PXE knowledge comes from more than 20 > years of > > datacenter hosting experience and it never ever failed us in the > last >10 > > years. > > > > The main benefits out of that: > > - Immutable OS freshly booted: Every host has exactly the same > version, > > same library, kernel, Ceph versions,... > > - OS is heavily tested by us: Every croit deployment has > exactly the same > > image. We can find errors much faster and hit much fewer errors. > > - Easy Update: Updating OS, Ceph or anything else is just a > node reboot. > > No cluster downtime, No service Impact, full automatic handling > by our mgmt > > Software. > > - No need to install OS: No maintenance costs, no labor > required, no other > > OS management required. > > - Centralized Logs/Stats: As it is booted in memory, all logs and > > statistics are collected on a central place for easy access. > > - Easy to scale: It doesn't matter if you boot 3 oder 300 > nodes, all > > boot the exact same image in a few seconds. > > .. lots more > > > > Please do not hesitate to contact us directly. We always try to > offer an > > excellent service and are strongly customer oriented. > > > > -- > > Martin Verges > > Managing director > > > > Mobile: +49 174 9335695 > > E-Mail: martin.ver...@croit.io <mailto:martin.ver...@croit.io> > > Chat: https://t.me/MartinVerges > > > > croit GmbH, Freseniusstr. 31h, 81247 Munich > > CEO: Martin Verges - VAT-ID: DE310638492 > > Com. register: Amtsgericht Munich HRB 231263 > > > > Web: https://croit.io > > YouTube: https://goo.gl/PGE1Bx > > > > > > Am Sa., 21. März 2020 um 13:53 Uhr schrieb huxia...@horebdata.cn > <mailto:huxia...@horebdata.cn> < > > huxia...@horebdata.cn <mailto:huxia...@horebdata.cn>>: > > > >> Hello， Martin， > >> > >> I notice that Croit advocate the use of ceph cluster without OS > disks, but > >> with PXE boot. > >> > >> Do you use a NFS server to serve the root file system for each > node? such > >> as hosting configuration files, user and password, log files, > etc. My > >> question is, will the NFS server be a single point of failure? > If the NFS > >> server goes down, the network experience any outage, ceph nodes > may not be > >> able to write to the local file systems, possibly leading to > service outage. > >> > >> How do you deal with the above potential issues in production? > I am a bit > >> worried... > >> > >> best regards, > >> > >> samuel > >> _______________________________________________ ceph-users mailing list -- firstname.lastname@example.org To unsubscribe send an email to ceph-users-le...@ceph.io