On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 10:06:57PM -0500, Robert Stanford wrote:
> I used this command to purge my rgw data:
> rados purge default.rgw.buckets.data --yes-i-really-really-mean-it
> Now, when I list the buckets with s3cmd, I still see the buckets (s3cmd ls
> shows a listing of them.) When I try to delete one (s3cmd rb) I get this:
> I thought maybe the names were sticking around in
> default.rgw.buckets.index, so I purged that too. But no luck, the phantom
> buckets are still there.
The list of buckets is in the OMAP of the users.
But as the others said, this was not a good way to go about trying to
delete the data.
The only case I can see is if you were playing around and wanted to
completely stop using RGW in an existing cluster, and do CephFS or RBD
If you did want want to completely get rid of RGW data, you should wipe
out ALL of the RGW pools, not just the data pool.
"radosgw-admin zone get" will show them to you.
Robin Hugh Johnson
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