To be more precise, the node with different OS are only the OSD nodes.
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> Il giorno 22 set 2016, alle ore 15:56, Lenz Grimmer <l...@grimmer.com> ha
> On 09/22/2016 03:03 PM, Matteo Dacrema wrote:
>> someone have ever tried to run a ceph cluster on two different version
>> of the OS?
>> In particular I’m running a ceph cluster half on Ubuntu 12.04 and half
>> on Ubuntu 14.04 with Firefly version.
>> I’m not seeing any issues.
>> Are there some kind of risks?
> I could be wrong, but as long as the Ceph version running on these nodes
> is the same, I doubt the underlying OS version makes much of a
> difference, if we're talking about "userland" Ceph components like MONs,
> OSDs or RGW nodes.
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