[Bug 1875884] [NEW] Kernel log flood "ceph: Failed to find inode for 1"

2020-04-29 Thread Michael Robertson
Public bug reported: OS provided by AKS is currently Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS, kernel 4.15.0-1077-azure. Every block written by a k8s pod to a ceph CSI volume generates 2 warning lines in the node's system logs (kern.log, syslog, messages, warn): "Apr 24 09:37:46 aks- kernel: [242123.654538] ceph:

[Bug 1875884] ProcCpuinfoMinimal.txt

2020-05-13 Thread Michael Robertson
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[Bug 1875884] ProcCpuinfo.txt

2020-05-13 Thread Michael Robertson
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[Bug 1875884] WifiSyslog.txt

2020-05-13 Thread Michael Robertson
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[Bug 1875884] Re: Kernel log flood "ceph: Failed to find inode for 1"

2020-05-13 Thread Michael Robertson
apport information ** Tags added: apport-collected ** Description changed: OS provided by AKS is currently Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS, kernel 4.15.0-1077-azure. Every block written by a k8s pod to a ceph CSI volume generates 2 warning lines in the node's system logs (kern.log, syslog,

[Bug 1875884] ProcModules.txt

2020-05-13 Thread Michael Robertson
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[Bug 1875884] Lspci.txt

2020-05-13 Thread Michael Robertson
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[Bug 1875884] ProcInterrupts.txt

2020-05-13 Thread Michael Robertson
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[Bug 1875884] CurrentDmesg.txt

2020-05-13 Thread Michael Robertson
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[Bug 1875884] UdevDb.txt

2020-05-13 Thread Michael Robertson
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[Bug 1875884] Re: Kernel log flood "ceph: Failed to find inode for 1"

2020-05-13 Thread Michael Robertson
I obeyed the bot and ran the collector. Dunno if I need to mess with the bug state, as it looks like "Confirmed" expects someone other than the reporter (that's me), and the more targeted sub-bug is still in "New". Let me know if I need to do anything else. -- You received this bug

[Bug 1875884] Re: Kernel log flood "ceph: Failed to find inode for 1"

2020-05-06 Thread Michael Robertson
Sure. In my case, I create an AKS cluster (which uses the Ubuntu 16 linux-azure image), install Rook v1.3.2, mount a CSI PVC volume, and watch the logs fill up. That is rather heavy. I went back and asked the ceph experts for a simpler reproduction testcase. Here goes: # mount -t ceph ::/

[Bug 1875884] Re: Kernel log flood "ceph: Failed to find inode for 1"

2020-05-26 Thread Michael Robertson
Sorry Bot, I am unable to confirm this one myself. AKS images don't get access to upgrade kernel from bionic-proposed directly, that I can tell. The standard image is still xenial, and its preview bionic images use kernel 5.3.x.x, and do not have this issue. Flemming, are you able to check