1. 04 Jan, 2017 1 commit
    • Giulio Fidente's avatar
      Improves support for ceph-mds · 5cc19541
      Giulio Fidente authored
      This change adds a profile for the MDS service and extends the
      existing MDS class to enable the service on boot and set the
      daemon binding address.
      
      Change-Id: I558b43deaa9b243c54f3d7ae945f11dd4925eb5d
      Related-Bug: #1644784
      5cc19541
  2. 26 Feb, 2015 1 commit
    • Sebastien Badia's avatar
      Check and lint documentation parameters · 63cbbda8
      Sebastien Badia authored
      This puppet-lint plugin checks if all parameters are documented. This commit
      also fix lint issues (due to puppet-lint upgrade) and puppet strings errors.
      
      Change-Id: If2e2be0e0c28649b0293f2988faf59b2a0e73437
      63cbbda8
  3. 17 Jun, 2014 1 commit
  4. 18 Nov, 2013 1 commit
    • Andrew Woodward's avatar
      Change 4 space indent to 2 · 143e4501
      Andrew Woodward authored
      In order to comply with puppet-opestack standard all files where changed to
       be a uniform 2 space indent.
      
      Change-Id: I1763f9229330fed3e6216cb2d2937a8154505981
      143e4501
  5. 15 Nov, 2013 1 commit
    • David Moreau Simard's avatar
      Introduction of ceph installation and configuration management · 1b884bdb
      David Moreau Simard authored
      * ceph is used to do the installation and configuration of
      common dependencies across classes (such as ceph package
      installation, global configuration namespaces in ceph.conf).
      
      * ceph::params is meant to hold defaults/constants for various
      classes and manage operating system differences in the future.
      
      * ceph::osd, ceph::mon, ceph::mds are introduced solely to manage
      their respective 'global' configuration for the time being.
      
      It was decided that we leave most default configurations up to Ceph
      unless they are necessary in installing the cluster.
      As such, the configurations that are probably most likely to be
      changed are available as parameters but optional. If they are not
      set (undef), the ceph_config provider will not write them to
      ceph.conf and thus, Ceph will handle the defaults.
      
      Other configuration options (exotic or otherwise) can always be
      set through the users' manifests with the help of ceph_config.
      If support is required, we can always add them if necessary.
      
      Change-Id: I0020a65fe1caada8bc46f6dc63254bcfefb64dbb
      1b884bdb